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Pics of Rebuilt Tire Carrier Mount

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Depdog, Oct 9, 2000.

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    What did you use in the hinge, bearings or is that a bushing I see?

    i have mine dont similar. I have two plates coming off my bumper and then a square tube going in with a hole drilled the smae size as he bolt and then bolted togther with washers. The bad this now is that the hole in the square tubing is wearing and i was going to weld on a piece of round tubing and use two bearings and washers, then bolt it back together.

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    The top one off the body is a set of bushings for the front frame eye of the front shackle. The bottom is a stub axle shaft for a trailer with a pair of greased tapered bearings (like front wheel bearings). I had some pipe that I turned down inside for the bearing races to set into.

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