I haven't kept up with this like I've wanted to so I'll just go ahead and add the last couple of things I did to finish Phase 1 for the Jeep.
Cruise Control Install
The first step was installing the switches. It isn't very hard but you have to remove the airbag so it is smart to unhook the battery just to be safe. After that you remove the two screws on the back of the wheel and it pops right out. Here are what the connections look like.
Upside Down steering wheel
From there you just mount the servo and run the lines.
Vacuum line connected
Running the lines
Connected to the throttle
After I installed it (which only took about a half hour) I took it for a test drive on the freeway and it worked perfectly. Definitely the best $40 I have spent on the Jeep so far. It will make long trips much easier.
JCR Front/Rear Bumpers and Sliders
After Phase 1 was completed I put the Jeep to the test in Moab. I was happily surprised at the performance. We were able to do Fins N Things and Hells Revenge (the main trail at least) without using bypasses or lockers. I still hate the Budget Boost/Body Lift combo that I am sneaking by on still so I have my plan for Phase two made up.
Metalcloak Control Arms
Metalcloak Adjustable Bumpstops
Metalcloak Front Trackbar
Metalcloack Rear Trackbar
Currie 4" Progressive Rate Springs
Currie Front Antirock
Tom Woods 1310 Rear Driveshaft
Savvy Gas Tank Skid
Savvy Tranny/Engine Skid
I will be ordering the Shocks and Track Bars soon. The control arms are going to hurt the wallet the worst so I won't be able to order them for a while. I start Pilot Training on 2 Oct so I don't even know how much time I'll really have for the whole Jeep thing for the next 14 months. I should be able to get the lift done within the next 3 months I hope.