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Old 02-15-2014, 05:28 AM   #1
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Hey guys so my front bumper is sagging on my 94.
Never been in an accident.. I just parked on a 30 degree slope and now my bumpers sagging on the side that was low.

I've been looking for diagrams everywhere on the internet but can't find any.. I've noticed that a thick rubber ring (Diagram would of come in handy) has ripped and slipped out of place ( compared one side to the other). I'm sure that's what's causing the sag.

I'm gonna post some pics in the morning. Please help guy's! Even if you could just point me in the direction of a bumper assembly diagram. Greatly appreciated thanks.
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the only thick rubber rings on these trucks is the body mount bushings. and they are known to rot out.
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LMCtruck catalogs show a pretty good break down of how things are put together.
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Hey thanks guys.. Never got around to posting that picture. the next morning I decided to park it on the big slope facing the other direction and it evened it out some how. Thanks for the help though it was totally the bushing. saw your post and replaced the bushings a couple days later thanks a lot.
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a big bit of advice when checking if stuff is even on your truck make sure its on a flat surface I put my new led light bar on and of course my driveways a bit odd. it turned out **** eyed some lol and yes I did measure it out however i forgot to measure out from the bumper valance soo next time i will.
theres 4 bolts on the back end of the bumper. if its not rot thats causing it to sag you can adjust either the big 4 or the little 4 to get it just right for you.
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