I spent almost the entire holiday weekend working on this. It was a good time...and dad now has the shop set up to hold ~55 degrees when it is only 5 degrees outside. That's not bad.
The front axle has been converted over to a one piece shaft and a lock right was installed. I also put a block off plate in place of the vacuum actuator. It needs to be painted, but it's too cold to paint.
A majority of my time was spent working on the exhaust. There are a lot of challenges in building a decent setup. I think it turned out nice, but I still have a few concerns.
Here is where it goes up and over the belly pan from the crossover.
And out the back of the pan.
Here's the flowmaster 50 and the tail pipe.
Snaking around the gas tank.
And out the back.
I also got the rear shock mounts completed. I used MORE's upper mounts because I was too lazy to fab anything. I also used ruffstuff's lower mounts that came with my 8.8 install kit.
And I took care of the ebrake cable setup.
Finally, the passenger side rocker guard was installed.
I'm getting really close to moving back to my house and working on the wiring. I'm sooo ready to fire this thing up. I can't wait.