I'll get some more pics up of the inner fenders tomorrow. But they fit fine. some trimming and fine fitment might be needed but for the most part I would say they are a good fit. I had one side look better then the other of course, but after the welds, I plan on using seam sealer and calling it good.
Easy peasy. Mount an extra sensor on each rear tone ring and wire to the front sensor plugs. Obviously not true ABS but it keeps the ABS light off and all the ABS/traction control shit from going into limp mode.
Here’s an update. I’m been moving slow since I had to repair my press brake and compressor. Ugh. Here are some pics of the crossmember before and after assembly and sitting on the mock up frame. It should be installed in the designated Jeep in a few days
Update, was able to put the crossmember in the Jeep today. Had to move it back less then 1/4 inch to clear the pitman arm but I’m going to move it forward and modify the pitman arm since it’ll get more work to run single swing steering as well. But this kit is about 1.5 inches forward from stock.
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