This sweet F250 from the 63301 got the Texas Bumper treatment from Ranch Hand.
Brian makes more progress on the Toyota 4runner from the IL, Marlin Drag link installed, rear axle assembled, Warn 9.5ti thermometric winch installed and Optima Yellow Top.
This Jeep Wrangler JK Rubicon Unlimited from the 63303 gets some underbody skids from Rockhard 4x4 and some trim spacers from Teraflex for tuned ride height adjust. Parts Specialist Kody Varone states, "Rockhard 4x4 makes some of the best skids on the market. We prefer their oil pan skids because unlike others, it completely isolates the drivetrain and engine from frame. The other skids on the market try to bolt to the engine block and the transmission crossmember. That forces them to use cheesy isolators to reduce engine vibrations and binding."
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.
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.
Finally the YJ is completed. Now we need to touch up the cage, interior and undercarriage.
All the time I hear that "I'm going to wait untill it's out of warranty before I do any of that". Seriously folks, there is federal law protecting your warranty. Here are some excerpts from SEMA.
Pictures that a few friends took on New Years Day at Washita.