I started with the exhaust, new muffler, sounds great, had to make a new mount, and drilled into the body. Decided I didnt need the mount. noticed all the rust underneith (?) and decided I better take a look under the carpet. pull up a bit of the carpet, find a 8'' x 16" hole. dang, went out and bought a 17$ angle grinder. (THANKS HARBOR FREIGHT TOOLS) start welding in new plate. find more holes. decide to herculine the interior when I'm finished. finish grinding some welds before finishing the entire inside. decide to cut the fenders. front done. not the rear. then get my tax refund back, and some repaid loan money. decide to order a 4.5" lift. amazing how one little project can turn into ALL OF THIS! lol
I'm trying to slow down, so I have a few Q's.
1. That black rubber single channel stuff you guys use on the fenders. where did you get it?
2. best way to scuff the inside with a power tool? (I like things with power before them)
3. is there a way to cut the rear fender like all the way off or by cutting the spot welds am I pretty much screwed? ( dont worry, I havent done it yet)
4. 4.5'' lift from Rusty's comes with a t-case drop. how does it do without the SYE?
5. annnnd finally, if I were to add a 2" shackle and spacer, with the SYE. would I need new UCA LCA?
I feel bad for who ever just read all of that. but THANKS!
95' Jeep Cherokee, 4.0, 3.5'' lift, 31x10.50x15 crawler rims.