Tiny Shoes installs adjustable Teraflex front and rear track bars onto this clean Wrangler from St. Peters, MO. The adjustable track bars center the axle perfectly to provide the best driveability possible. The crew at Axle Boy Offroad Performance always measure the axle center by triangulation.
Chris installs a new supercharged 3.8 liter engine into this Pontiac Grand Prix GTP from Wentzville Missouri.
The sweet 1998 Ford Mustang from the 63376 is gaining the best power increase for the money by changing the rear axle gear ratio to 3.73 to 1. This means that the driveshaft will have one more full revolution for each revolution of the tire, getting the power curve into a more usable area. Chris installed the Yukon Gear ring and pinion gearset, Yukon Master install package, Yukon 1541H alloy shafts and Ford Motorsports positraction differential. The gears are set up using Ford's original pinion depth gauge set. We should be seeing fresh black marks, two lanes wide, in the St.
Bobby Long sent out the 30 spline front shaft kit and Brian got the Marlin steering drag link installed onto the Toyota Crawler. The Marlin skidplates and shifter also arrived right on schedule.
Brian modifies the front bumper to hold the Warn 9.5ti thermometric winch, removes the old transfer case and prepares the Marlin case and new crossmember/skidplate for install.
Few more parts showed up for the Toyota project, Marlin Crawler box, crossmember and drag link, ARB air lockers and Yukon Gears.
This 2010 GM Dually from St. Louis got nice bed treatments. Chris installed a Pace Edwards truck topper tool box and roll top cover. Pace Edwards.... probably the best roll top cover on the market, BUT I can't say enough bad about them. The customer service was the worst experience we have ever had. The finished product was really nice, but the 12 weeks it took to get there with multiple trial installs and incorrect parts and name calling to get it right. It'll be the last Pace Edwards product we ever sell.
Check out this KILLER van! Dana 60's ARB's, front and rear winches, 6.0 Powerstroke, Atlas transfer case, diesel genning, and more!
This member of Midwest Jeep Thing brought his 2004 Jeep Wrangler from Alton, IL to get a fresh set of 4.56 gears.
I miss this thing!!
Tim's TJ from St. Peters, MO begins it's transformation with the removal of his old low pinion Dana 30, Technician Brian begins the evolution by removing the front housing and prepping the new housing with an ARB, bracket gussets and new ball joints.