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Old 02-22-2012, 08:45 AM
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Unibody cab mounts

I picked these NOS mounts up off ebay
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I don't think they are repoped but I took some measurements and made this if it helps someone

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I don't have any measurements for the bottom but they are just squares

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The Model 66 uses the same front mount set as a model 81 It is the rear mounts and back where they are different.

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oops, so is there a source for the rear mounts for the uni?

the ones listed are the front ones right?
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No such thing as rear mounts.

The back of the cab sits on the frame.
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The rest of the bed does the same on oak blocking inserted in the cross members.
Above and under the frame a 1/4" thick 2x2 reinforced rubber square is used. (looks like a tire without tread)
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