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Quick question, is it better to have the rear tub on or off when replacing a rear cross member. I'm taking the tub off anyways, but didn't know if by leaving it on would limit fit issues for the welder. I have to drop the tank as well as drop the rear end so I'm planning on pulling off the tub and redoing the brake and gas lines.

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Cut the old crossmember off and fit the replacement up to the tub. Put a few bolts through the five tabs and tack weld the crossmember. Then, if you want to, go ahead and pull the tub, and finish up your welding.
I can't say about the crossmember RN supplies for the D90, but the one they sell for the 110 is NOT intended to go onto an NAS truck without a lot of cutting and trimming.
I've done 2 series crossmembers and one on the 110 in the past years, and I'll do a series anyday before I do another NAS110.
 
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