So it has begun. Pulled front ARB bumper off to evaluate what ac lines were destroyed in the roll over. Overall very little damage was done up in the front area. It will need a new ac dryer and both lines that run to the ac dryer. A small little support was bent , but I was able to bend it back with a bfh. Needs new driver side headlight. Stripped the rear interior totally. Some plastics were cracked in the rollover. I bagged and labeled everything and probably took close to 500 pictures of the interior coming apart. I will need to buy most windows for the new body since only two survived. I will need to buy a new wire harness for both rear gates as the connectors were ripped off in the rollover. One regulator was totally bent to hell also. This week I hope to tear apart the front interior including the dash and label and bag everything and more pictures of course. Then the fun begins as I am going to take a sawzall to it and cut it in to pieces to transport to the scrap yard. After the body is off I will install my lift and clean up the frame a little. I will also pull the trans off and do the rear main seal. Also will be doing a bunch of hoses since the engine will just be sitting there on the frame. Then it will be off to have the body installed and then I can start putting her all back together I am very excited. My time frame is to have her ready to go by the fall wheeling season. This is how she sits today.