Now the steps backward...
So i have to admit i didnt take many pictures of my backward steps. Although i can explain them clearly
First. I decided that i better check my hood clearance since i have been convinced the hood would latch.
So on went the gril and supports and the hood. I actually got really excited at this point because it looked soo good and all most done. I went to lower the hood and thats when the hood stoppes about 3 3/4 inches from the gril . The turbo, boost pipe and oil pressure feed line are holding the hood up.
So for those of you who thought i was crazy when i said the hood will shut. YOU WERE RIGHT I WAS WRONG.
So i have began the hunt for a weld on hood scoop. Jegs and summit racing have one which i will post a pic of.
Myself and Dan from Jeff Daniels are working on a differnt type of slave cylinder. We are designing a pulling slave cylinder setup. I have tons of room behind the clutch fork and trying ti work somthing that way. Although i havent ruled out using the orignal slave cylinder which pushes .
Then on to my biggest delima. I need your guys opinions . I cant seem ti figure out what i am going to do about the interferences between the upper control arms and my motor mounts. I used my jack tonight and jacked the jeep up as far as my jack would go. My tire was maybe 2 1/2 feet off the ground and maybe 4 --6 inches before my bump stops hit.
Here is the pic of the upper driver side arm.
As you can see its nasty close. I am currently considering a long arm as the radius arms will not hit the mounts..
I appreciate all the motivational comments everyone has made and look forward to everyones suggestions.