Nope. The upper shock mount is the primer colored stamped metal piece that the black "thing" is sitting on. You can see the top of the shocks behind the piece in question.Originally posted by I Lean:
<STRONG>I'm not a TJ guy, but my bet is that it's a bolt-on shock mount, for relocating the upper mounts.</STRONG>
I think he's right, notice how its not really centered anyway? think its just set there, still don't know what it is thoughOriginally posted by nasvik:
<STRONG>Looks like they just set it there. That's from last year's SEMA booth right?
I think its a wickywoo......... <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">Originally posted by Mo:
<STRONG>Ok... maybe it's a support for the frame for the show.
Look at how the sign telling you the drive shaft is a CV style is oriented. Looks like the frame is up on it's side. Maybe that thing is just keeping the frame up like that.
Or maybe it's a doohickey.</STRONG>
I stand correctd..yep the original photo clearly shows the stock mounts on top. What about the bottom mont on the brake pic?Originally posted by nasvik:
<STRONG>Check the top picture again - you can clearly see the shock mounts behind the body pucks (stock)
Whatever it is, it doesn't go there. It would interfer with the body if mounted like it is in the picture. (Notice how it sticks up above the body puck?)Originally posted by cmk:
<STRONG>What is the black crossmember lookin' piece?</STRONG>