Unfortunately no. Found several places that can do the resurfacing. Everyone says the flywheel is too big to fit in a lathe. I think I'm going to drive it to South Bend Indiana and have the company it came from do it (South Bend Clutch). Can get there, have the machining done and get home all in one day and it would probably cost less than shipping the thing (I think it weighs about 70 lbs.) At least they cant claim it wasn't done properly if something goes wrong...If I don't get this thing back together soon the wife is going to kill me. Its blocking her spot in the garage for 3 weeks now!
'00 TJ 3 spd, D30 aussie locker/8.8 E-Locker, Currie springs, Savvy/Currie arms