The entire thing went down on my commute to work. Back then I was driving 100 miles one way door to door from north east san diego county to Irvine basically. It was a 2.5 hour commute. Listened to the whole thing on the radio...
By the way, Marn, no worries if you can't bring that picker over, I'm sure we can call up a friend!
And before we do your trailer I figured I should show you some other recent projects I've done.
Pretty sweet lift kit I knocked out one night.
Some highway testing you know...
Practicing with my buzz box!
I'm pretty good with body work so no worries if we mess up a bit...
I'm pretty thorough too... I check to make sure everything clears and nothing will interfere!
Heck, just 2 nights ago I hooked up a friend with a spare tire mount in a pinch.
Also, I'm not sure if I mentioned it. My degree is in Industrial Technology but I minored in suspension design with an emphasis on spindle geometry.
So, hopefully that'll show you that you can expect some quality work done on your trailer! If you need any more references, I can continue. I've got a pretty substantial amount of pictures from previous work done. I figured it's always nice to have reference of my high end work for any future gigs so that they can be comfortable and know they can expect nothing but the best.
What's the definition of quick? After doing my 3 speed auto to 6 speed manual swap on mine I think I could do it in a couple evenings now if all the parts are on hand.
That is not a quick change.
A quick change would be no more than an hour or two by one person, prefer it be done with no tools or minor hand tools. I am going to need the project to be completed... well, right now. You better get to work!
Originally Posted by Hendrix
No one really knows the reason for LCOG Jeeps.
Its so short ****s like me and you can still get in.
Originally Posted by 2ACR
My issue was I couldn't get the balls centered. I had to use some extra force to get everything lined up right. It didn't take me long.
But everyone that I've been jeeping with that has an auto roasts their brakes on downhills!!
Apparently those folks are not familiar with the concept of proper gearing and downshifting.
This is my first rig that is an auto and I have to admit, it is so much easier to just point and shoot. Having learned to wheel/crawl with a standard transmission was a HUGE benefit though 'cause I am comfortable with either one. I like the auto though because the wife & family feel more comfortable driving it offroad too.