Just sent this email to Slee asking for their feedback, but I thought I should ask you what you guys think. Note: 1997 LC80, 160,000 miles, factory locking hubs. ...... On a road trip last week my father was driving my 1997 Land Cruiser that I was planning on building into an overlanding rig. I believe he hydroplaned and while sawing at the wheel he hit the asphalt and things went horribly awry. The result is, I believe, a shattered knuckle and/or bearings. As an added bonus he most likely cooked the brake fluid and ruptured the line to the rear brakes. All of this having been said and the axiom ‘never fix it, improve it’; What do you suggest I do? Broken front: What is the best replacement for the knuckle and bearing up front? Would it make sense to replace the axles at this time? (How much extra work to add that.) Anything else I should upgrade? Busted Brakes: Is there a stainless kit that includes all the lines? (including to lines to the rear?) Is there a good kit to upgrade the brakes? (Is there really an improvement?) Suspension: I had plans to lift my rig by ~3” on OME, any time savings doing it now while the front is under repair? Any other suggestions to fix/upgrade while I have it up on stands and in surgery?