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Would like some infomation on replaceing rear frame rails

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Would like some infomation on replaceing rear frame rails
well as you can see, they are straight as an arrow
so if you have a tape measure and a straight edge, you should have no problem
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well as you can see, they are straight as an arrow
so if you have a tape measure and a straight edge, you should have no problem
LOL,thats pretty funny....
Actually the proceedure is pretty much the same for all cars but what really matters is ,is it a full frame or a unibody and does it need to be replaced because of rust or a collision.....
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