If I can make it down to Superlift ORV on labor Day weekend I will be on the look out for y'all to get a look at that switch panel that's a great idea.
Absolutely man! let me know if you'll be over there. We are going from Fri 31-Mon 3rd. We have a pretty big crew going so I'm looking forward to an awesome weekend.
Jeeps lookin good man, I was confused at first when the pics were first loading I was thinkin didnt he have tube fenders and beadlocks???
Thats pretty cool though is your bros already lifted?
Haha I figured it would throw off some people at first. It is lifted...It looks like about a 4" skyjacker, no BL. The PO did some interesting things with the lower control arm mounts though that will probably get addressed after ORV. It looks like he welded on a secondary lowering bracket for all of the lowers. The Tcase lowering kit is homebrewed as well so not sure what's going on there. We are already shopping axles for him lol
Luciano I was thinking the same thing. Either way, that's pretty cool that two CPP TJs ended up in the same family.
Bryn, I'm glad the SYE worked out! Hopefully I was able to help even just a small bit. It's funny, I was thinking of you doing that because I actually ended up helping one of the guys in my club do his SYE this weekend as well. Any idea on what the cost is going to be on the shaft?
Just got a thought...
Adams Driveshaft in Vegas - $240 w/ free shipping (what I have, came in a kit with the SYE for $375)
Carolina Driveline in NC - $210 w/ free shipping (what my buddy ordered)
I really appreciate the info you gave me and yes it did help a lot. The lockrings were an absolute pain. I'm a professional pilot and our mechanic has a slew of tools and I was able to grab snapring and lock ring pliers which helped but was still a chore. Everything else was very straight forward(minus teraflex's crappy instructions
The driveshaft will cost me somewhere between $250-300. I like the prices you posted a lot but I will also have my driveshaft in my hands tomorrow which is worth the extra bucks IMO. Like I said before, my local driveline guy has been awesome to work with in the past for me, my brother, and my cousin(also a tj). I would much rather give him the workfor a few extra bucks
Thanks again for the help, I am looking forward to the benefits of the modification. After reading through MO2500's build and obviously Imped's, I am thinking I want to go with a flat skid eventually, so I'll hold off on the UCF skid for now unless I change my mind.