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I located installation instructions for tummy tucker, stinger & shock shifter. These are Jim Frens original instructions. Post up an email address address and I can scan/send them when I get to work.
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Wow all of this Nth Degree info coming back to life. I’ve got the bulk of the parts being discussed less the TT. Would love to find an Nth TT for a manual 06 Rubicon. Anyone got one laying around that they want to get rid of?
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Also I have most of the Nth Degree installation instructions in pdf format if anyone needs the info.
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Wow all of this Nth Degree info coming back to life. I’ve got the bulk of the parts being discussed less the TT. Would love to find an Nth TT for a manual 06 Rubicon. Anyone got one laying around that they want to get rid of?
I used UCF on my recent build. The extra clearance 2"deep pan allows the use of an engine/trans skid. With the lo-pro transmission mount, I didn't use a body lift. I modified the rear of the skid and made a bushing bracket to use a stinger. On my 05 Rubi the trans actually hung slightly lower than the skid.
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Wow all of this Nth Degree info coming back to life. I’ve got the bulk of the parts being discussed less the TT. Would love to find an Nth TT for a manual 06 Rubicon. Anyone got one laying around that they want to get rid of?
I used UCF on my recent build. The extra clearance 2"deep pan allows the use of an engine/trans skid. With the lo-pro transmission mount, I didn't use a body lift. I modified the rear of the skid and made a bushing bracket to use a stinger. On my 05 Rubi the trans actually hung slightly lower than the skid.

Any pictures of the mods you made to the UCF skid for the stinger bracket? Also any details or drawings on the stinger mount bracket itself that you made?
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I just took a quick pic for you. I had a new spare set of "old style" stinger bushings. I used a piece of DOM and a couple pieces of 11ga CRS. I have an original Nth Degree skid, so I measured from the rearmost frame holes to get the proper location.
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Seems simple enough. How well is it holding up just being bolted on? Is the UCF skid just the standard 3/16” steel?

Do you happen to still have the dimensions on where specifically the bracket needed to be mounted along with the bracket dimensions?
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Seems simple enough. How well is it holding up just being bolted on? Is the UCF skid just the standard 3/16” steel?

Do you happen to still have the dimensions on where specifically the bracket needed to be mounted along with the bracket dimensions?
I can provide that information maybe tomorrow afternoon. Eve shift today/day shift tomorrow. 1/4 UCF skid. 3/8"grade 8 bolts. It's been fine for about 6K miles now.
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