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Old November 19th, 2017, 09:51 PM
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110 Mounting Points and body-off order

I don't know if I'm searching wrong but I've searched for "frame mounting points", "mounting points", etc. and I can't find any other threads.

Does anyone know where I could find a diagram of all the mounting points for the body to the frame and any info on the order and list of things that need to be done before separating?

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Old November 19th, 2017, 09:57 PM
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depends on the body configuration of your 110. Ea type is different
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Old November 19th, 2017, 09:58 PM
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depends on the body configuration of your 110. Ea type is different
My mistake, I left that out. It's a standard 5 door
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5 door body attaches @ the tabs across the rear crossmember, then again @ the crossmember under the second row seat box , then again under the rear of the main seat box, then the two large bulkhead bolts, then the two bulhead to chassis braces in the engine compartment and then up where the inner fenders bolt to the frame up behind the grill. Wiring on the rear tub has to be unlugged and again up under the hood on the bulkhead as the loom runs through the frame. The fuel filler, and brake and clutch lines also need to be unhooked. I also remove the transmission shifter.
FWIW if you are thinking of lifting the body as one piece, put the long bulkhead/b pilliar bolts back through the body work as soon as you have it high enough to clear the frame outriggers.
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Old November 19th, 2017, 10:18 PM
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5 door body attaches @ the tabs across the rear crossmember, then again @ the crossmember under the second row seat box , then again under the rear of the main seat box, then the two large bulkhead bolts, then the two bulhead to chassis braces in the engine compartment and then up where the inner fenders bolt to the frame up behind the grill. Wirring on the rear tun has to be unlugged and again up under the hood on the bulkhead as the loom runs through the frame. THe fuel filler, and brake and clutch lines also need to be unhooked.
Well thanks! What about steering components? I'm trying to figure what all has to be done to lift it right off

Thanks again!
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Well thanks! What about steering components? I'm trying to figure what all has to be done to lift it right off

Thanks again!
we separate the steering right @ the bottom of the column on the bulkhead where the u joint is. Remove the bolt and slide the shaft down off the column splines. There's the radiator, the steering fluid res, the coolant res, fuel filter on diesels etc. It goes quickly if things are in good condition. It can be a mother if the bolts have lots of corrosion. Once you do one you tend to put them back together with bolts lathered up with anti seize. Pulling the body as 1 piece is the way to go if you can. The rear lights, diff lock and reverse switches, and the rear chassis harness to main plugs on the bulkhead and the battery cables and engine harness to main harness are pretty much it for wiring disconnects. Add glow plug lead from bulkhead for diesels.
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we separate the steering right @ the bottom of the column on the bulkhead where the u joint is. Remove the bolt and slide the shaft down off the column splines. There's the radiator, the steering fluid res, the coolant res, fuel filter on diesels etc. It goes quickly if things are in good condition. It can be a mother if the bolts have lots of corrosion. Once you do one you tend to put them back together with bolts lathered up with anti seize. Pulling the body as 1 piece is the way to go if you can. The rear lights, diff lock and reverse switches, and the rear chassis harness to main plugs on the bulkhead and the battery cables and engine harness to main harness are pretty much it for wiring disconnects. Add glow plug lead from bulkhead for diesels.
This is hugely helpful, thank you!
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Don't forget the brake and clutch lines!
That's what I forgot
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