Originally Posted by srfnfly227
That's awesome buddy! Can't wait to see it all come together.
You missed another great run to Rausch
. Nothing too crazy and for once i think i made it through a wheeling trip without damaging anything. (i havent washed it yet, so we shall see if that holds true)
Starting to wonder if i got myself in over my head with the axle swap. but i'm sure Ill work it out.
Tenative plan as of now is to have it completed by late April, maybe in time for wheelin for hope. fingers crossed.
I need to figure out which bracketry i will be using. leaning toward Poly Performance, but there are other companies out there that make compariable bracketes for less, like Artec Industries and Barnes 4x4. most likely I will need a little something from everywhere.
also thinking about adding a Savvy GTS to the list of mods. the truss and diff cover are fairly large, so i might need a little more room out back.
first order of business is to finish some woodworking projects so i can have time/space to work on them, then get the axles in my garage stripped down. Ill clean them up and replace unit bearings, ball joints, u-joints, swap yokes, pinion seals, etc. then get them prepped for install. probably going to install the rear first and get the jeep drivable; then tackle the front later.
should be an interesting experience.