make sure to turn your steering from lock to lock at full bump. your cut-out looks a bit tight.
do you get any binding between the draglink and tie-rod at bump with the drag mounted behind the tierod on the steering arm?
looks like the axle-trackbar mount might offend as well when the passenger side is high and the driver side is at full droop. i had to lower mine significantly as well as shave an inch off the bottom of the framerails.
continuous tacks are fine on the frame with such thin material but not needed on the axle tubing and links. there's enough meat to take the heat.
how much lower then the bottom of the framerail does the rear linkmount crossmember on the frame-end hang?
looking good. wish my frame was as clean.
That picture was early, I ended up needing to lower the shock hoops about a 1", I was having other clearance issuse also. The frame side track bar mount I had to move three or four times, I forget but the axle side clears fine now stuff to droop, lock to lock.
Some of these pictures end up posted before I make final adjustments.
I didn't use the EXT tank, I used the COMP tank. I was able to stretch it 6" but have room to spare with the D44. Someday I might go with a D60 and should have room without doing anything to the links.
I was very close with going with the comp tank too but then decided against it I guess my mistake. I'll figure something out when I get some more time.
Thanks for the info!
1993 Jeep Wrangler
4.0L Tom Woods rear HD shaft
D30 w/yukon alloys, lock right, jb4x4 bracket, Rusty's HD tie rod 8.8w/ LSD,SOA xj rear 100" wheelbase, homemade greasable boomerang shackles, SS braided lines, 1" prothane body lift, 35" TrXus M/T, smitty built XRC.
lots of gen right armor and rear stinger.
I finished installing the PSC Hydro Assist Ram and with that installed mock up is finished, now it's time to break everything down, finish welding, paint and final assembly. Well the front suspension anyways.
I still have to install my new body mounts from SWAG, GenRIght rock sliders, drop down tail gate from PS and also to make my own tube fenders.