As for wheelin, wasn't a good day. Jeep did okay for some obstacles, some others, not good. Overall I'm not happy. It was a combination of a bunch of bad spotters, no it alls, and people who didn't speak up. No real good pics at all. I have some of the other rigs but I'll leave those on the camera.
It was my first negative experience at the place since I started going. Get there right at nine and ready to wheel really at 930-45. Didn't get to start until 1045. Needless to say I will be wheeling with a different group next time. One guy thought if you stretched the front of a Jeep the front axle would get into the oil pan........ So I didn't even open my mouth. Get under my Jeep then look under an xj back at the house, and wtf was that guy talkin about. OIL pan? You mean radiator or fan shroud? *******.
Anyway I think I'll be just building from now on and wait to wheel with a good group that doesn't have a bunch of dumb comments. The guy I brought had his farmer share, but at least he knows what he is talking about and doesn't buy bolt on parts and sky lift Jeeps.
Colton I got some shots of your jeep I'll post them up. Sorry about all the jeep troubles, let me know if you need any help with stuff.
I wish I didn't get out of bed yesterday but oh well.
So I decided to work a little bit on the issues I had yesterday. The upper rear spring perches needed to be moved back and flat. Since the axle was so fat back, the where loud and annoying. Decided to cut the shock mounts off to put in my new ones I made. Then decided, **** it. Stretch the *****. Why waste more time on something I'm going to redo. So I'm now on CAD trying to determine a good back half. Want it to be DOM but since my rear xmember is not raised into the tub, I don't know how I'm going to connect the flat piece. I do not want to butt weld them together.