I got to grindin on the chassis today. After I pulled the "keeper" wheels and had the crummy shop tires mounted to the crummy shop wheels. The keeper wheels are now at my powder coater. Keepers Shop wheels. I'll most likely have the shop wheels restyled at some point and maybe get another set of mud terrains and have them studded for dedicated snow wheeling. IDK... They aren't bad wheels, just old and used. Have you guys had any experience with Battleborn Wheels? I like their Gatekeeper wheel quite a bit and they are very affordable compared to other true beadlocks. I removed the stock shock towers and steering box tower. I also got all the hard brake lines off in one piece (small miracle!) as well as the fuel lines. I need to pull a few more things before I am read to tow it to the media blaster guy. He happens to be my powder coater and he said he'd do the chassis for $250. I'll be using a chassis paint instead of powder coating though. I think it looks pretty nice when pushed through an HPLV gun... Oh! Here's the extended shock towers... That's a big difference! Anyway... I hope to get the chassis blasted in early January so I can start bolting stuff on. I ordered a Saginaw crossmember gusset today and I think I am going to box the rear section of the frame and have Dr. Smash bolster other known weak spots before I do the chassis paint. I also need to grind the rivets out of the rear shackle mounts and turn them around the other way to fit my new springs. There is no shortage of things to do on this project.