I have the same problem.
My question: can I rebuild the two ends of the bar (bushings etc) but leave it unattached to the frame until I can get the part fabbed up by a friend? Need to take a trip and don't have time to do the whole job....
For anyone who is following: I had a hard time finding a shop to do this. My local dealer ran screaming from the job.
My old-school farmer uncle had an incredible rec though: muffler shops. They are used to cutting and welding in tight spaces on the underside of vehicles. Had a real pro do the job in 20 minutes for $30 there.
I recently had this done. My mechanic friend fabbed a metal L-shape piece to replace the part sheared off the frame and had a muffler/weld shop weld it in. Then used new Toyota brackets and bushings on both sides. I’ll try to get a pic and post when it stops raining.Good to know about the Muffler shops. I guess I'm lucky to have a good guy in charge of service at the local Toyota dealer.
So, did you end up using that Tundra bracket? And how is the ride quality after?