Only one hole per side lines up, it is the front hole of the factory cross member that lines up, you can see the one bolt in the picture, not two, sorry I miss worded that.
Yeah, I have that, I figured its fairly critical where the skid plate goes since it locates the front axle. Also, do you have a dimension of where the frame plates go? By just holding it up there and aligning everything it appears that it goes up tight against the front body mount?I'll have to open up the model tonight and get some measurements, but take a look at this picture I'm attaching. At the top of the pic, you can see that slot in the frame. Looks like you're pretty close going from the pic you posted.
You can also see other holes in the frame. Might help for some reference.
Yep, that is what my "shop" is considered. It is 38' deep, 15'6" wide and has a 15'4" ceiling with a 10'x14' door. Works very well, just wish it was bigger...straight hustling. does your neighborhood have attached rv garages?
Actually I think there is room to run it down the drivers side past the t-case then across the back of the t-case? That's what exhaust shops are for...Routing the exhaust is going to suck.
Cool, swing by sometime and have a :beer:, I am right off Cloverdale & McMillan.Cool build...in for more from a fellow ID guy!
I'll try to sometime. I'm renting off Locust Grove & McMillian right now, but in the process of buying a home out in Emmett...once all that settles down, maybe I'll try to catch up with yaCool, swing by sometime and have a :beer:, I am right off Cloverdale & McMillan.
I had to tweek the high pressure line a little to get it to fit. I hope the steering was worth the money, it was hard to swallow the cost, but I know on my Yukon it wouldn't turn the tires with low pressure.How did the factory power steering lines fit with the psc box..? I know mine a few months ago one of em fit perfect, the other was a total bitch to get bent right. That steering box works great, not sure yet am i sold on the price tho.