I'm planning on tearing into the jeep this afternoon, with the end game being 3 link front, 4 link rear and coilovers on all corners.
Planning on starting on the rear first with the removal of all the stuff I know has to be removed, including exhaust, OBA tank mounted behind transfer case, shocks, coils, as well as all the old mounts.
Mock up all the brackets and test fit control arms(saw someone used PVC which I plan on doing before I go whacking away on the DOM), cycle the axle for conflicts and check my numbers against the 4link Calculator. After the 4link, cut in and tack up the Coilover brackets and test again for conflicts. If all is good, weld up everything.
Repeat same steps for the front.
A few questions for those who've done similar:
I'm planning on mounting the rear truss vertical to the world--Pinion angle is at 19 deg----seem ok?
Also, if anyone has any photos of what they did in the front with Lower control and Coilover mounts at the axle, I'd love to see them. I'm thinking i'll need to fab a integrated single mount. The kit I bought contemplates mounting the lower coilover bracket to the top of the existing CA mounts on the Axle. Since i'll be welding new CA mounts at mid axle, i'm afraid i'll be limiting travel some by raising the brackets higher. I might start by moving the CA arm brackets toward the Diff some to make room for lower CO brackets.
Sorry so long. Likely end up design-build as I go to some degree.