Got the tub on just need to get the bolts in. After I get it bolted down I plan on getting the armor and rock sliders bolted on. It makes it look like I am getting somewhere on it now that the body it back on. Looking at the twin sticks looks like I will be cutting them down a little.
I got to work on it today. I bolted the tub down and it took longer than expected. After I replaced the floor I assumed that all the hole would line up but I was wrong. Had to move two body mounts 3/4" back but was not bad to cut off and weld back on.
I also put on the rock sliders and set one flare on to see if it would cover the tire. I looks like the cops should leave me alone I hope.
started on the dash and working on gauges. Holes are modified so pipe will fit so gauges will be tilted towards the driver. Just need to get the "honey do list" done so I can get it welded up and smoothed.
I got a little time to work on the jeep today. Started rewiring and it is not going to be that fun. I took a few minutes to put the grill on to see how it will look. I can not wait to get it on the road.
Sorry the pictures are coming out small. I have been using my phone but will brake out the bigger camera next time. As for cutting down the twin sticks it is going to depend on how hi they are when the jeep is all put together. I just don't want them to look way out of place. But functionality comes first.
well it has been a little bit since i was on but I got a winch. It is a Warn model 6000. Not sure if it is the best winch but the price was right.
I got a package today and the last piece I needed for the heating was mislabeled and was a heater core not heater duct. That is just how it goes. I called them and a new one will be on its way tomorrow.
Well work most all day on sunday. I finished up most of the dash wiring and made a HD steering box bracket. The bracket came out good now just need to make some spacers and bolt it up. The metal was $16 so I am about $20 to $25 into the mount thats a lot better than $100 if I bought one.