nope, 3" wider per side on the axle. And very welded. I would find another axle before i would try to cut them off.
On mine I cut a big portion out of the bottom of the passenger seat to make things nice and tight. My rig is a bit different than yours though.:smokin:I have decided to rotate the 205 up as much as possible, and then move it up into a future hump under the passenger seat.
Those link brackets will definitely hold up, but you're taking a step backwards by not keeping the bottom of your frame smooth. Any thing that hangs down from the frame like that will catch on rocks causing the entire vehicle to pivot. I've seen it way too many times on buggies.I'm pretty confident in the ability of the link mounts to take some abuse, the t-case, ehhh, not so much. Perhaps a skid plate that protects the 'case will be the way to go. Then just clock it factory. Any opinions about the spring bushing idea?
K, thats cool. Sort of looking for something constructive though.Experience.