I've now dialed in the rear axle a 1/2 or so and will cut off and re-position the upper driver's rear CA and trackbar mount. I have it tacked a little too far to the rear and my thread count on the arms is too excessive.
I'm looking to pull in the axles to be as close as possible to perfect geometry wise and then if I need to adjust (from perfect...) I'll have plenty of thread and clearance to move stuff around.
You can see uneven thread counts on the uppers. The lower may get tweaked on the driver side rear, too.
Here, you can see the old breather port and brake T mount on the rear axle. When I pull the upper bracket forward I may have room to screw in a plug then weld/grind it flush. Either way- it gets plugged. I'll put a new breather through the former ABS sensor hole above the tone ring on the carrier.
The front driver lower CA brackets I made up and tacked in place. Great fit and spot on the Jeep OEM numbers when I'm done.
Another front lower shot. Maybe the setup will be adjusted and ready for the Mobile Welder this Monday/Tuesday!!!
The front driver's upper tacked in place and waiting to be removed and pulled reward 3/4 of and inch to preserve Jeep OEM bracket mounting and Ford pinion/caster. The Ford caster on my daily driver 1 ton measures out a 5.5 or so positive. I'll set the caster to 6 or 7 positive on this unit.
The last shot. This shows the front setup from a different angle. Never enough photos! I used a Currie spare rear lower here. The setback is farther rearward due to the driver-side lower mount going outside the thick pumpkin tube sleeve.
This bracket fit perfectly on the Dana 60 after one tap with a BFH on the anvil.
I should finish my passenger front upper today sometime. Gota pay attention to our 10 month old doodle named Duke- yes named after John Wayne. Who could be cooler??
I've got the frame ride-height lowered another 1/2 inch. I may go with this height but I haven't checked to see if the Goodyear 40s will sit under the rear aluminum tub edges without altering the fender wells. It will be easy enough to do that later.