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    Knows a Thing or Two klungly's Avatar
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    The engine might have to get moved to the passenger side or build a tube frame from the engine back to get enough room for the front driveshaft.

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    Does that account for the extra lift it will have after the coilovers and 37s?


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    I'm going to have to see once I get the transfer case in. The clearance between the frame rail and transmission pan is pretty tight.

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    IMG_20161230_171833754.jpg I took a brake from the drive line and made a stand for my tubing bender out of the old role cage.

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    I got my transfer case bolted up to my transmission, it was a pain. I had to remove both exhaust pipes and cut a bracket off the frame. I need to make a cross member for the transmission and a mounting bracket for the transfer case. Next will be cutting the tub and frame to get ready to start mocking up the rear axle for control arms and coilovers.IMG_20170101_144212601.jpgIMG_20170101_144203746.jpgIMG_20170101_144138105.jpgIMG_20170101_150225149.jpgIMG_20170101_150213472.jpg

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    Looking good
    Now is when it gets more difficult


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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Cross View Post
    Looking good
    Now is when it gets more difficult


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    Thank you!! I'm really excited to get into the fabrication part of the build.

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    Worked a little more. The starter got put back in and I took out the rear seat.IMG_20170101_221220392.jpg

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    Took off the rear bumperIMG_20170101_223102138.jpgIMG_20170101_225320065.jpg

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    Keep the updates coming
    You must have lots of spare time now


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