That brings back some memories. Keep at it! :goodfinge
I used a demo saw with demo blade that cuts wood and nails and cut right through the rubber and through the sleeve. Didn't take long at allYukon good to see you getting after it. On those body mounts what I found to work for me was take my 4 1/2 grinder and grind the top metal plate off. Then I took a large punch and hammer and knocked the center piece through the hole. Made it easy on mine. :goodfinge
What I found worked really well, and also saved the hardware, was to thread the bolt back into the sleeve after removing the body (the bolt threads into the bottom half of the sleeve from the top), soak everything in PBblaster, then smack the head of the bolt with a 2lbs hammer. Worked well and all but one mount came off without damaging the sleeves.I used a demo saw with demo blade that cuts wood and nails and cut right through the rubber and through the sleeve. Didn't take long at all
I used Eastwood's Chassis Black in spray cans. Worked out good for me. Turned out awesome I think.What are you all using to paint the chassis with after sandblasting? I can't decide if I am going to use something like chassis saver and then top coat it with rust-oleum, of just use rust-oleum by itself.