Congrats man. Ill post your pics and tj info later....I'm at the beach and only have my phone.
03' F350 SuperDuty Axles - Front HP Dana 60 with 5.38 gears, ARB, SOLID diff cover, 35 spline Nitro chromoly shafts, 35 spline RPM flanges, disc brakes. Rear Sterling 10.5 with 5.38 gears, ARB, and SOLID diff cover.
PSC Full Hydraulic Double Ended Steering
RCI Fuel Cell
14" King 2.5" IBP Coilovers
Modified Clayton 4 Link Long Arm Kit (True 4 Link Front & Rear)
Under Cover Fabworks Ultra High Clearance 1/4" Engine & Transmission Skid Plates
MetalCloak OverlineTube Fender
MetalCloak Extended Stretch Corner Guards
MetalCloak Rocker Rail
MetalCloak 6" Flares
MetalCloak Frame-Built Front Bumper
Goodyear 40" MTR with Kevlar Tires
TrailReady HD 17" Beadlocks
Cobra CB Radio
12VoltGuy Custom Switch Panels
PIAA Fog and Driving Lights
GenRight Flush Mount LED Brake Lights
GenRight Hood Louvers
Air Zenith On Board Air System
Alpine & JL Audio Sound System
Rusty's Offroad Radiator Skid Plate
Front Anti-Rock Sway Bars
Tom Woods Driveshafts
Custom Roll Cage
Custom Rear Bumper
Stretched Front & Rear to a 102" Wheelbase
Corbeau Seats w/ Crow 5 pt Harnesses
Warn XD9000i Winch
Drake Fire Extinguisher
1" Daystar Body Lift
1" Brown Dog Motor Mount Lift
Lot more smaller items...
Less than two years ago I purchased an '04 TJ Rubicon in bone stock condition and drove it down to Nashville, TN from Peoria, IL. Like many others Jeep owners, the purpose behind it was to have a daily driver that could conquer most moderate difficulty trails on the weekend. But it only took a matter of months for the jeep addiction to kick in and the modifications to begin. Within the first 6 months, she grew to 35" tires, 4" Clayton long arm lift, 15" TrailReady converted beadlocks, MetalCloak front & GenRight rear bumper, Warn XD9000i winch, UnderCoverFab skids, and MetalCloak armor all around. Though the jeep was still street legal, it became a trailer queen in order to gain some extra confidence needed to handle all the local moderate trails and hit several difficult trails. Simply put, the Jeep was awesome... however, I still had a desire to hit the real bad boy trails.
After breaking a rear shaft and locker on the stock Rubicon 44, I decided it was time to start Project No Compromises. I came up with the name to remind me to never stop improving the build... no matter the time, cost, and effort. The first step of Project No Compromises was a set of '03 F350 SuperDuty axles. Things quickly piled on from there and I knew I was starting to get into some unfamiliar territory and needed to involve a shop that really knew what they were doing and I could fully trust. After working back and forth with Jimmy @ Essentially Ofrroad (EOR), we got some plans finalized and the work began. Over a four month span, they backhalfed the jeep, installed King 2.5 IBP coilovers, designed a badass roll cage, put ARBs in the axles, integrated Corbeau seats with Crow 5 pt harnesses, hooked up a custom switch panel, mounted a fuel cell and on board air system, fabricated a hi clearance rear bumper, and threw on some new 40" MTRs with 17" TrailReady HD beadlocks.
The end result: a beast of a machine that can hang with buggies on some of the toughest trails around here.