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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Looks great. Nice to see some paint on there.

    I have that same circuit breaker. Had it for about 2 years or more, no issues, works great.
    Thank you. Definitely like seeing paint over than the rust🤣

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    Quote Originally Posted by sipafz View Post
    What a great hobby! I wish I had the space and time for such a project. Love seeing your progress!
    Thank you, there never seems to be enough space

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    I finally remembered to make some reservoir spacers for my coilovers. I uses some scrap plastic we had laying around at work.
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    Started welding in the floor pans
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    Making progress on the floor pans, learning how to shrink steel. Definitely a steap learning curve
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    Getting closer to hitting the trails. Got a new front drive shaft from Adam's
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    I knew the new yoke for the front drive shaft wasn't going to fit as is but I knew I could make it work with the stock flange and a half round yoke. I took the flange to work and cut it to size, turned the outer diameter concentric with the spline diameter and bored the inner diameter .002" under size for a press fit. I'll press the new yoke into the flange and weld them together. I'll have to make a mandrel to use while pressing them together to get the splines to line up. That tooling should be here in about a week.
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    Got the yoke figured out. I made a nut to help press the new yoke inside the old machined yoke flange.
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    Welded the yoke together. Installed it on to my transfer case and put my transfer case back in after remembering I forgot a gasket. Installed the front drive shaft. Did an full extension test, the splines didn't move.
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    Watch you build rigs like this is just amazing! Unbelievable skills


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