Q: Body Mount Alignment
Can you elaborate on what your steps were to replace the the body mounts? Did it affect the alignment?
A: the front bushing mounting platform (the thing the bushing sits on) there is a hole approximately 5/8 in is diameter. This hole lines up with an identical hole on the body. What they are there for is for body alignment when re-installing the subframe. All you do is take a piece of pipe ( I use a tire iron) and slide it through both holes (the frame and body holes) and make sure that they are vertically aligned.
If your replacing the bushings with out removing the subframe, the above procedure won’t be necessary. By only replacing one side at a time AND with front fenders bolted in place, the frame should remain in the correct position.
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