Looks like a lot of fab and prep work went into your final product. Nicely done. Any regrets or done differently?
104.5RCH said:Well done! Looks like it flex's out nicely. Whats your wheel base at right now?
the bridge and 3 link bracket is clayton the truss is home fab the pan hard mount frame side is a combo of home fab and butchered genright parts, genright high clearance CA mounts, genright axle end pan-hard mount, poly tabs for the CO'S there better than a fixed bracket because they are single tabs that can be welded in the optimum position to keep the CO heim in a neutral position.sleepsontoilet said:Forgot to ask, are all brackets Gen-Right, poly p, clayon, etc?
Custom arms or moved the brackets forward?
Never heard of anyone notching the front frame, are your towers kicked in a pinch for stability?
What are the benefits of the twisted pitman? Wanna make sure I get mine right the first time.
Love it, ready to see the cage. Factory add on like mine or full cage replacement like poly p, gen-right, sniper fab, etc?
We shall see how I did on my hood...I didn't have my hi-lines available to check. My project feels like the "never ending" one. This weekend I am driving up to Montana to get my Solid/Rockcrusher front center section and various other parts for the front build, and the 14B for my rear...plus a truckload of other "parts... "murphy said:yea dont let the time lapse fool you it took 3 weekends working well over 12 hours a day to get it done alot of staring measuring remeasuring moving crap around spacing out forgetting where i put **** and attempting to get things semi perfect. my only regret is while you where doing your right up i was destroying my hood like a moron in a hurry!!! i just cut 3 frakn inches off a perfectly good aev non hi line hood and im paying the price
didnt even take it off. one of us held in place the other cut. the wind catching the hood at any given moment realy determined the cut line :agrue: in hind sight not a smart decision.
the hood is not as rigid as an OE hood so it bowed outwards we had to bend and tweek the crap out of it, i was in such a hurry to go wheeln i just measured marked and went to town with a cut off wheel the passanger side looks good but the driver side well leaves alot to be desired. other than that I'm 100% happy with what we did it's a world of difference off road suspension wise very stable very flexible completely happy with all components used i war gamed collected parts and mocked crap up for about 2 months before pulling the trigger
your rig is looking great as well