04-15-2013, 06:47 PM
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Georgetown, Guyana
I know you probably wondering what that has to do with your question - simple - the answer to both is the same...
From a technical point of view, removing the frame is not difficult - disconnect fuel lines, brake lines, electrical wiring, steering linkages, gear shift linkages, etc., etc., etc., unbolt the body mounts, jack the body up and roll the frame out from underneath.
Problem is - on a twenty seven year old vehicle - there's going to be corrosion and what have you (which is why you're doing what you're doing) and removing a fitting that can be done in ten minutes if it were new, can take an hour or more, plus penetrating oil, heat. etc.
Make sure you have lots of time - months rather than weeks - and lots of space, enclosed is preferable.
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