Z Bar Pivot, frame mount..

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GuysMonteSS

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May 21, 2011
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pagrunt beat me to it with pictures of the bracket you are looking for.
But,what the heck,I'll post a couple anyhow !!
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Before you use these bolt holes,I just want to let you know that the frame is kinda thin and the threads can strip easily.
I have a temporary fix in place.I drilled the holes to 1/2 inch.Then I rounded the corners off of 3 3/8 nuts and pounded them in the holes.
When I get a chance I will get my buddy to tack weld them in place.
Guy
 
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pagrunt

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Sep 14, 2014
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Before you use these bolt holes,I just want to let you know that the frame is kinda thin and the threads can strip easily.
I have a temporary fix in place.I drilled the holes to 1/2 inch.Then I rounded the corners off of 3 3/8 nuts and pounded them in the holes.
When I get a chance I will get my buddy to tack weld them in place.
My frame(s) have been in good condition in the bracket location & was able to use factory type bolts (same as the bolts used to secure square body & G-van rally centers.)
 
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