Good to read your post. Its Great to read a happy report. You got it sittin bout right to please you. Seems like A lota CJ's got that old driver side front sag. Sad to say and to see.
That Front Toe Support carries the major portion of the reaction caused by twisting/vibration since the next forward grill mount is centered, as well as some portion of the users. An to that point IIRC most every one had a LH driver load but lots fewer had a rider along the roads. Windshield and some tops and some doors. and sadly enough the drivers bouncing about along the ways as we do. Hate to see it, the slit up the fender, that sag at the side but most of all at the kok eyed hood/grill scene.
Of course the first outboard supports share some as well. I find most all can be corrected at that #2 and possibly the #3 point. Not speaking to rust
issues and the gaps there of, at all. The Twisting of the frame can compound the action at that #2 mount since the centered #1 is so far away. And to some less extent to that next outboard #3 mount.
The some times bent/split mounting point of the Toe Support could use a spacer/weld or such. Often bent upward well outside the bolt/captured nut location and can often be tweaked.
Ever been riding down a cool quite trail and heard/felt a unexpected snap? Look here.
Those frames set into a twist cause additional thoughts to be used. ...All sad but true.
At least this started out as a Congrats to you for that progress and you'll appreciate the effort for long to come.
Now the very thought of a change out with needed repair has depressed me so...Maybe see you passin by one day I'll look out for the newest other straight one.