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Rusted broken part, no sure what it is

I just bought a 1993 Ford Ranger 2WD and the cab is sagging on the drivers side. There is a rusted broken part that is attached to the frame with two bolts and two rivets. It has a rubber bushing on the cabin side with a bolt sticking out of it. The bracket is on rear part of the cabin. I want to replace it but not sure what its called and where to get the part. Any suggestions would be great.
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how about post some pics of it!!! if you dont know how, go to photobucket, then upload them and copy the IMG code to the forums...
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kinda sounds like the body mount
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I just added a picture, hopefully this helps?
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body mount
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Any ideas on a good place to buy new ones?
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junk yard
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Wow whats the rest of the truck look like?
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thats the cab mount. happens to most of the trucks up here in the great north eventually. god i hate road salt. my frame only has about 3-5 years left to live thanks to it :/
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^^^ X2
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my sister lived up there for a year just about ate her car up
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LMC or Ford will have them
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damn mine truck doesnt have those rusted out. mine are cherry
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