Jeep update. Took the WJ for her first run, not what I was expecting especially when I went from an XJ with only 3" of lift on it. Lets just say the 4th Gen 4Runner pictured didn't hit or so he says, I however have a few nasty dents under the WJ.
I then ordered a factory transfer case skid plate and installed it. The instructions that come with it are poor, it is easier to just figure out on your own when you look at the parts.
after driving it around town the next couple of days my radiator cracked at the pinch seams so that had to be replaced. I was going to take it to a shop to have done but after hearing just the quote for labor of $300 and that is with me taking off the whole front end for the guy I decided to do it myself. It only took me 5 hours and it is listed as a 3 hour job. I have the hydraulic fan, I didn't take that out, or discharge my A/C I unhooked the PS lines on the other side as that is an easier replacement and cheaper than an A/C evac and refill. Just take your time and the old radiator will come out.
This is almost how I was going to deliver it to get replaced the only thing I am missing from this picture is the top panel that holds the hood latch and they still wanted $300. I called the stealership and they wanted almost $500, after I told them I took an hour of their time off by doing the front end disassembly. They also didn't want to use my radiator and wanted to use their $350 Mopar radiator.
This is how I positioned the A/C and PS cooler, the side up is the PS side so I wouldn't dump it all over the floor.
I put her back together and filled all of the fluids and all is fine until my 4.5" Clayton Springs arrived and the ARB Bull Bar.