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    Power washed the truck this weekend and found a number stenciled on the frame behind the passenger rear tire, I'm told it's a part number. "943869" in front of that is a "JUL xxx", can't read the x's, too far gone. Just a tidbit for anyone that's interested.

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    Note the mild fitting required of the firewall to ease the FE in there. 20220628_070557[1].jpg

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    Not sure what part number that would be...searched the entire -34 Parts manual and that number isnt there anywhere.
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    The front clip is off. I'm going to have to fab some steel back into the fenders/facia. Yikes...

    What's the best source, if one exists, for body parts on these trucks? I've found rockers, but that's it.

    Thanks.

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    Note the bubba'd in battery tray in the right side fender. Anyone have a better location to suggest? I wonder if the tire could possibly get into it in a turn while deflected off road.

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    Both of my batteries are in the fender like that (6.2 diesel).
    I've never had one of the tires hit them when 4 wheeling, but my trays may be higher up than yours.
    My experience has been the front springs are decorative only, all the bounce comes from the tire sidewall, lol!
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