Got everything dropped off. He said he hopes to have it to me by Friday. If not I'll be waiting because he won't be there next week and he wants to be the one to do the coating.
Once he saw the Savvy logo engraved on the rear valance he handed me the tape (it's some kind of anti-static poly tape) abd told me to bring it back when I was done taping it
Got the body mounts and an AC control knob ordered from the Jeep dealer down the road from him. I hate walking into those dealership parts departments! Four rubber bushings and a plastic knob totalled over $90.
The parts should be here before the weekend, so I should be able to install the BL, MML, and trans/transfer crossmember this weekend (the MML blocks, frame Cs, main crossmember, and tranny mount plate didn't go to the coater).
Blaine said the Cs were so tight I would mar the snot out of it during install if I coated it, I didn't want to screw up any tolerances or threads on the MML blocks, the tranny/t-case cross member has rubber busings pressed into it, and Gerald just sent out the tranny/t-case mount plate. Oh yeah... I also didin't send the rear bumper frame ties for the same reason as the under armor frame Cs.
So that worked out perfectly anyway. If I end up waiting for the powder coater I will have all of the drive train mounting components to work on, so I won't be dead in the water after I get the parts from the dealership.
I just wish I could really get started!