When I lived in Ohio I had a buddy with a 2 door boxbody blazer that the floor where the cab mounts to the frame in the front broke off on both sides...the actual floor of the truck rotted away!! the body had fallen in the front,and over bumps the entire body would be like BLAM!!
load AF! Scary too once I realized what was broken..he was like ďitís my torsion bar mounts. I had them replaced once already.Ē Nah bro,your truck is like a a couple bumps away from the body breaking off the frame completely.
OP,Iíd say drive your fertilizer poop truck as is till ya get another car,or try wood. Wedge some wood up in there,and run some big ol screws all kinds of ways will you feel itís aight
old Fords had wooden frames...since weíre contemplating welding the body to the frame using unibody vehicles as the reasoning behind that method to address your issue...I present the Ford wooden frame for consideration.
Btw,....dude with the blazer jacked the body up in the front,cut out some pieces of wood,knocked all the loose stuff off with a BF hammer,pulled the carpet up,and ran big screws into the wood..put the carpet back,and ran screws up from the bottom..painted it all with that rubberized undercoating,..drove it for like a month so all that undercoating got dirty like the rest of the truck,and sold it...he drove to Tennessee,and bought another one that wasnít rusted..swapped over all his new parts,newer tires,and aftermarket stuff. Sold the rust bucket for more then he paid for the truck from Tennessee.