That is a lot of crap in the garage.
As for what I did, I told my wife that her car is about to start sleeping outside the garage since I will be needing the entire thing until I get more parts.
So faced with that choice of her baby being in the cold, I see more parts being purchased for my rebuild.
Today I started to neaten up the absolute rats' nest of wires, splice, and assorted hoses that the PO of my jeep left dangling about everywhere. Cable ties and some slit heater hose have gone a long way to containing the madness. A round PVC cantex box tech screwed to the firewall is serving nicely as a containment unit for the leftover wiring from the engine swap they did as well. Might as well keep 'em since I've little clue what they do. I might need them in the future. Rat rod all the way, but it works great!
I bought four quarts of 80W90 gear oil with the plan of changing the transmission and transfer case oil. I drained about six ounces from the transmission (T150 3 spd) and two and a half quarts from the transfer case (D20). Say What? There was seriously less than a cup of oil in the transmission. No wonder it's been shifting hard for the last 5,000 miles...
I also checked the levels in both differentials and noticed that my clutch slave cylinder has started leaking. I think I should spend a little more time under my CJ than I have been.
Pulled the Model 20 out in preparation for the D44. The silver one is going in (yeah, there's more than one dana on the floor, wanna buy one?). Going with 35" SS's 4.56 gears.
Talk about space utilization! My garage is smaller, but I think I managed to get more elbow room all the way around it. I bet you can't wait until all that stuff is on the floor and you are in the Jeep instead...