Coming along nicely!
You are correct, It looks heavy as hell, But it sounds like that is what you planned on.
I don't have many friends, but have lots of beer, which allows me the luxury of lots of friends...lolLooks nice. Hope you have more friends to flip it back over now that the axle is on
Looks real good there Patsy.
Definately do all your wiring while you got it on it's back. And definately use heat shrink terminals,butt conectors and wire cover to keep it from giving you corrosion headaches in the future.
Oh by the way, maybe Tiki can help you flip it when you're ready.
yea for you. great way to celebrate an important step in yr build!
did I miss where yr stowing the jacks?
oh, and I'm sure you know those tires are near the wear bars, yes?
In my pappy's world, jack-knifing was bad. (Semi's on 2 lane roads through central NM and other places)
Did I miss something in the 4wd world where it was good? Or are we just showing clearance in worst case scenarios? 2'nd photo post I've seen, figured I should ask, in case I'm missing sumptin.
Lookn good, carry on.