All I could manage today was sorting my collection of stainless steel tek screws and putting them into seperate containers--much easier now to find the length I need. Sure is nice to be able to grap the right length for the job without having to dump out 2 gallons of screws!
[I]"He used to be a pretty nice feller, now he's a welder"[/I]
[URL="http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/1980-cj7-first-jeep-build-1243620/"]80 CJ7 "The Kraken" - a project 25 years in the making[/URL] AMC 304 V8, NV4500, Dana 300, Dana 44, 9 inch, M.O.R.E. SRS, YJ tub.
AT3 US Navy 1999-2003
[B][SIZE="3"] Cum catapultae proscriptae erunt tum soli proscript catapultas habebunt[/SIZE][/B]
[SIZE="1"](When catapults are outlawed, only outlaws will have catapults)[/SIZE]
Started building my new front bumper (BESRK inspired). I used the chunk of factory bumper that i had chopped out of the middle of it a while back to make the mounting brackets using my 4 1/2 inch cnc plasma cutter...lol. I ordered 2 sets of clevis mounts from BESRK that will be added when they arrive.I will be capping the ends, adding light tabs and also will be cutting an angle on both ends mostly for looks as this is a pretty narrow bumper(45") and won't really be in the way of any approaches.I will be starting the rear bumper probably tomorrow weather pending.