Update! With pictures!
I got my new fuel tank in, ordered 4.88 Rubicon gears for my axle which I'm having delivered to my address in CO, and got my 3rd brake light in the mail...I also painted the fuel cell portion black...raw aluminum is cool, but I prefer the subtlety and cleanliness of black.
New vs. old tank comparison:
The tank is extra burly, check out the inside!
Main reason that it's cool...look at all of that room to grow! Yes those are some scratches in the tank skid, I'm impressed with the overall stout construction of the Genright tank:
New ORO third brake light, I'm going to mod out the bracket, paint the aluminum black, and mount it between the tub and rear bumper. It will be tucked in so it wont be noticed until it lights up. Should be neat.:
I also painted the rear of the Jeep as well as the tailgate. The tailgate will need more sanding and a second coat of black tomorrow, then both will receive gloss clear coat. Come Wednesday morning I'll be heading back out to Colorado. I'll be loading the Jeep up and driving out with my Dana 44, my spare tire, some axle parts, my tools, and all my other stuff. Fitting everything in the back of the Jeep should be interesting to say the least!
Take a look at my build & note the issues I ran into with the install. The upper shock mounts needed to be trimmed on mine to fit the tank in. Not sure if yours will need it, but just a heads up.
By the way...I didn't run into any issues at all. Luckily, It was a very straight forward install which I'm happy to mention.