WhooHoo!! Can't wait to see it move. to a successful lap.Axles are all in hopefully for the last time. Panhard rod installed, driveline sort of red neck Aussie aligned. Now to get some brake lines and I hopefully will be doing a lap of the block tomorrow.
Then I can bring it back and retorque everything.
SWEET!It did a lap of the block. 1 issue with crossed brake hoses (they have the same fittings for service and park brakes and I f’ed up). But I am going to need a power boost I think. Definitely a bit slower on uptake but not sure how much until I reset the speedo. Transmission will need the adaptive learning reset as well to give it half a chance.
Now to fit the rear sway bar and retorque all those bloody ubolt nuts . Also going to run it over the scars before I do anything with reprovisioning.
Originally I had 4” block made up of 4 lumps of 2” thickwall box welded together with a plan to remove 2 if I only needed 2”. But earlier in the week I welded them all up and boxed the ends in. So this morning we grabbed some 6061 4 x 2 1/2 aluminum and used that to make the spacers.How do you plan on lowering it two inches?
Looks pretty good overall.
Do you know what the change was in gear ratio and tire sizes?
The rear comes up 5” when the bags air up. When it is sitting on the bump stops it just clears the body.Bevan, it looks like the front definitely needs to come down some, but it also looks like the rear needs to go up some just to get the wheel well to tire clearance you need.