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    Cherokee Fixer Upper

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ID:	70933So I ended up plating the "frame rail" with steel and cut a hole through the piece of 2x4 and the plate with a hole saw. Then found a piece of pipe that fit through the hole pretty perfectly and welded it in to keep the structure of the 2x4. Drilled 4 holes all the way through and then put a bolt through to suck everything together and make it stronger than its ever been lol. The 2x4 stuck out the back of the unibody about 2 inches so I cut a piece of square tubing in half to make L brackets that we bolted through the frame rails and then welded to the back of the bumper. Its getting there
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    Looks much better!

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    I sure think so. Now just have to patch the floor up because the rear quarter panel isnt attached to the unibody anymore and it kinda just floats there! Not ready for the trail just yet.

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