Originally Posted by RacerP
Unfortunately the bracket is threaded, and I believe the bolts come thru the top??
The way I see it, the ONLY way to do it is to remove the cross member on the frame.
I am hoping someone else chimes in here to tell me I am wrong with an easier way.
Ok this is what I found : On my 2000 TRD there is 4 nuts/bolts holding the cable mechanism to the cross member, the bolts/studs sticking down may be tack welded into place, even if there not try this first, spray the nuts liberally with WD-40 or another penetrating lubtricant, let it set for a bit ,then get the ratchet/extension/socket making sure its on the nut securely & give them a quick & firm "pop" to see if they break loose without spinning the bolthead on top, if this doesn't work & if yours is like mine, theres 6 nuts/bolts holding the cross member in place after you take these out, knock the passenger side of the cross member forward & it should slide enough to turn it & drop out of frame sideways avoiding rear shock mount/cables/brake lines/etc;......