Welded more nuts in my frame. I always had a problem on my Jeep with wanting to mount something, and being a pain because there was nowhere to mount it. Or having to reach in to my elbows to hold a nut.
I figure with this frame, I couldn't have too mounting holes.
After welding in new nuts for the front CJ stock spring hangers, I decided to put nuts in for mounting a CJ rear hanger on the front, in case I go with YJ springs.
Might as well make it a simple bolt on if I do. I can now mount a CJ rear hanger backwards on the front. Ground off the crossmember rivet and punched it out. Welded in a nut. I also added another to position the hanger farther forward if needed.
Added nuts for the front bumper also.
Flipped it over and drilled holes and added nuts for my tow hooks and front bumper mounts. I run the stock lightweight front bumper, I like the look and it not weighing 200 lbs.
Somewhat boxed the front in for a little added strength just in case the shackle hanger ends up in the very front holes.
The hanger in the forward most position. If I go with YJ springs, it should sit one notch towards the rear. Just have to wait on the brown Santa to bring my new hangers.
This is too much like work.....