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post #1 of 3 Old 09-13-2013, 06:11 AM Thread Starter
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Aftermarket frame supports?

Hey i had my truck last night sitting in between a couple points where the a front tire was up and the rear opposite tire was also up, anyway the point is the frame was seriously twisted up. I didnt try to open the tailgate but not sure if i could have.

My question is does anyone make aftermarket braces for these OBS trucks to stiffen up the frame where it wont twist so bad in the middle.

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no one has heard of anything?

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There is a thread on nation discussing this same issue. Basically you need to weld or bolt in some reinforcements.

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