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190,000 miles and still going

Just picked up a '93 Ford Ranger XLT 3.0 V6 4x4.

Question: Where can I buy new chassis mounts? The two for the rear of the cab are rusted through and the major retail vendors in the area haven't a clue.

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check out this site. they have almost anything you may need.
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I gave a quick flip through and I didn't see anything. I requested a catalog, but I can show you the part with their expanded views. It's the part between parts 11 & 12 in the bottom diagram:

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i just went through the same thing, trust me the only place youll be able to get them is at the ford dealer and they're 55 a piece unless you have a single cab then theres a company called pmp PMPAutoParts.Net but they will only fit a single cab due to the way the extended b=cab bracket is designed to support the bed, or you can do what i did and just weld plates on top of them cheaper and easier, hope this helps
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That's exactly what we need. I don't weld. Hell, I don't even want to grind off the rivets all that much lol. That's a good bit of dough for some iron, though. Good thing it's my dads. :)
Bad thing? He's in his 50's and I'm 26 so I get to do all the work. :(

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I should mention they're swiss cheese and hardly holding on sitting still, let alone when you drive it, so welding really wouldn't work out anyways.

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ya i dont weld either i had my buddy do it. theyre not cheap but ive read a few forumsd where ppl were paying up to 150 a peice for them so the 30 sumodd dollars for them aint bad. and as for the being young part i know what u mean my dad stands over me drinking a beer while im working and calles it supervising lol
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196k on my 94 here!

3 of my leaf mounts rotted out along with the shackles, Since I have replaced those, The rest of the truck isnt really bad on rust, The body is untouched, except for the bottom of the tailgate...
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