Some backround I've owned this yj for 12 years and its evolved from bone stock to 31's,32's,33's and now 35's. I've been annoyed with not having a front locker and the way it climbed. I didnt want to waste money on an ARB for a 30 and am tired of replacing unitbearings/balljoints. So I got a waggy 44 stuffed it with an arb and started stock piling parts for a 3link.
And now the good stuff I was busy working on the jeep last weekend with the help of 1 ton yj. Our plan was to get my waggy 44 in and the front 3 link suspension done on my jeep. We had everything but a panhard bracket which is getting cutout tomorrow night.
Here's a list of what we used.
-trick frame and axle brackets, shock hoops, tabs made by a local shop Hillside Customs
- 6 creeper joints
-2 12" remote res fox shocks with 200 over 300 QA1 springs
-poly front 44 truss
- a bunch of ruffstuff 3/4" heims for the panhard and steering
- 2" 1/4"wall tub for lowers, 2" 1/8" for the upper, 1.25 1/4" for the steering and panhard.
-waggy 44 stuffed with an ARB
Everything including the 44 stuffed in the back of the yj.
The amazing frame brackets that have a weld plate to completely enclose the framerail.
Here's how it was saturday around 11am I dont want to here anything about the airjack.
And this is how it drove up on the trail at 4pm sunday with the front stretched about 3" forward and siiting about the same height it did before with 5" uptravel. It still needs the panhard, exhaust finished brakes bled, manual hubs installed and arb compressor wired up. But all in all it looks like it'll work amazing. I'll post more pictures in the next couple days.