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Old 11-07-2010
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rear upper shock mount

I have a 99 xlt off road and need to replace my drivers side rear upper shock mount, is this possible? I can't seem to find a mounting bracket anywhere. Any ideas? Thanks for your help
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When I had to replace one I cut it off of a parts truck frame. 3 rivets hold it on...
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couldnt of said it better. i think lmc truck sells them too
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