The pinion points dead at the tcase. I'm worried that the driveshaft is going to hit the bellhousing before I reach desired stuff.On my 3-link, my u-joint at the axle housing is the limiting factor for droop, I would try to truck with the high-pinion or do a cut-and-turn on the knuckles to get the pinion pointed at the t-case.
It's hard to start cutting right there, as it is the starter mount. This is a newer replacement t-case, so I assume that I can get a DC pretty easily. However, I don't think that I really need one though.easy, start cutting some of the bellhousing
What are your plans for a mating a DC shaft to the early T-case outputs?
It's about as tight as I want it. I have about an inch to the top of the tranny hump with the trans shifter. I would prefer not to change the angle of the engine, as it is right about perfect at 3*-4*.Can you raise the engine and drivetrain ?
,maybe you can get an extra inch
Awesome, thank you!Here is a bit of a build thread on my rear seats.
I love my factory jump seats. They make a cruiser a cruiser. I've tried to make mods to make it more capable off-road, yet still keep the cruiser character. But on the trail for a whole day, I really feel sorry for friends sitting in the jump seats. Unless your 3 feet tall they aren't...forum.ih8mud.com
I noticed I didn't show my latest mounting bracket in that seat write up. Here is my latest seat bracket. Its a bracket that bolts to the cage. the seats don't bolt to the fenderwell now like I had it in the old tub.Awesome, thank you!