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Old 03-14-2017, 06:16 PM   #1
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rear cab mount bracket

Where do you get the rear cab mount bracket? What is it from ?

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STILL Working on a frame up: 1987 Truck body on a 78 Blazer frame. Need cab blasted to start project. Got the cab BLASTED, Now Prep and Paint. Started to lay SOME BONDO and primer. Done, Ordering paint. Got paint, Stuff painted,Cab,Fenders, Hood more later. 9/7/2015 Got the clear coat on,now time to take one off. Started to put things back (What a nightmare) like the heating and AC stuff,inside wire harness, outside AC unit and booster, still more. May 2016, still working on the inside. Got duck work in,heating and AC. Radio (stock) in dash with after market in console later, Speaker are hooked up, Steering column is in. Getting ready to drop the cab onto the frame, Working on engine now since I have the room.
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Old 03-14-2017, 11:26 PM   #2
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Re: rear cab mount bracket

I did the same thing on 85 cab and 81 blazer frame. I couldn't find anything to work at the time. so I used stock bushings on a homemade square tubing crossmember. I don't think I have any pics of it but I'll take a look. Those look like 3/4 ton bushings?
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Old 03-15-2017, 02:55 PM   #3
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Re: rear cab mount bracket

Thanks GMCGUY, If I can not find something like the picture i'll go with making my own bracket. It would be more simple to have one already made up, like factory. Thanks Again ,John
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STILL Working on a frame up: 1987 Truck body on a 78 Blazer frame. Need cab blasted to start project. Got the cab BLASTED, Now Prep and Paint. Started to lay SOME BONDO and primer. Done, Ordering paint. Got paint, Stuff painted,Cab,Fenders, Hood more later. 9/7/2015 Got the clear coat on,now time to take one off. Started to put things back (What a nightmare) like the heating and AC stuff,inside wire harness, outside AC unit and booster, still more. May 2016, still working on the inside. Got duck work in,heating and AC. Radio (stock) in dash with after market in console later, Speaker are hooked up, Steering column is in. Getting ready to drop the cab onto the frame, Working on engine now since I have the room.
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Old 03-18-2017, 10:32 PM   #4
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Re: rear cab mount bracket

Just to try again, Can anyone tell me what year this rear cab bracket, support or what ever it is called come from.

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STILL Working on a frame up: 1987 Truck body on a 78 Blazer frame. Need cab blasted to start project. Got the cab BLASTED, Now Prep and Paint. Started to lay SOME BONDO and primer. Done, Ordering paint. Got paint, Stuff painted,Cab,Fenders, Hood more later. 9/7/2015 Got the clear coat on,now time to take one off. Started to put things back (What a nightmare) like the heating and AC stuff,inside wire harness, outside AC unit and booster, still more. May 2016, still working on the inside. Got duck work in,heating and AC. Radio (stock) in dash with after market in console later, Speaker are hooked up, Steering column is in. Getting ready to drop the cab onto the frame, Working on engine now since I have the room.
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Old 03-18-2017, 11:10 PM   #5
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Re: rear cab mount bracket

They come from 73-80 trucks or 81-87 trucks depending what the year of your body is. I have several on the shelf if you need some.
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Old 03-19-2017, 08:13 AM   #6
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Re: rear cab mount bracket

Thanks KrazyRay, Will it fit on a 1979 Blazer frame? Also what are you asking for the bracket?

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STILL Working on a frame up: 1987 Truck body on a 78 Blazer frame. Need cab blasted to start project. Got the cab BLASTED, Now Prep and Paint. Started to lay SOME BONDO and primer. Done, Ordering paint. Got paint, Stuff painted,Cab,Fenders, Hood more later. 9/7/2015 Got the clear coat on,now time to take one off. Started to put things back (What a nightmare) like the heating and AC stuff,inside wire harness, outside AC unit and booster, still more. May 2016, still working on the inside. Got duck work in,heating and AC. Radio (stock) in dash with after market in console later, Speaker are hooked up, Steering column is in. Getting ready to drop the cab onto the frame, Working on engine now since I have the room.
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Old 03-19-2017, 09:49 AM   #7
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Re: rear cab mount bracket

There are 2 types. There is a crossmember that has the rear cab mount holes and there are a pair of brackets that have the cab mount holes. They both mount to the frame the same way. I sell the crossmember for $75 shipped and the pair of brackets for $57 shipped. I will check out the compatibility as I have a 79 Blazer frame and a truck frame setting next to each other.
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Old 03-19-2017, 01:17 PM   #8
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STILL Working on a frame up: 1987 Truck body on a 78 Blazer frame. Need cab blasted to start project. Got the cab BLASTED, Now Prep and Paint. Started to lay SOME BONDO and primer. Done, Ordering paint. Got paint, Stuff painted,Cab,Fenders, Hood more later. 9/7/2015 Got the clear coat on,now time to take one off. Started to put things back (What a nightmare) like the heating and AC stuff,inside wire harness, outside AC unit and booster, still more. May 2016, still working on the inside. Got duck work in,heating and AC. Radio (stock) in dash with after market in console later, Speaker are hooked up, Steering column is in. Getting ready to drop the cab onto the frame, Working on engine now since I have the room.
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