-Jeep wagoneer D44, some year 80 to 82. The man from the junkyard wasnt sure.
-Moved the whole center point about 6 to 7 inches forward
- 1st gen 92 explorer steering box with custom lines. Doing the steering was the biggest bitch!!!
-Rear wheel adapters from a 5 x 4.5 to 6 x 5.5
-heavy duty custom rear driveshaft
-Finally the front driveshaft, which has already broke!
-4.88 gear set is on order for front and rear
-Dropped off and start the cleaning
-The superlift kit 4 in. is for sale and is real cheap! its only the front portion of it thou. I have brand new parts on the truck before i stripped her down. make me a offer and i will work with you on shipping. email is firstname.lastname@example.org
-Here a lil first time test drive
Friends Shop, SOA the rear. SOA, 4 inche superlift lifting, 2 inche blocks, and 1 1/4 lifting shackles.
Now to the cutting and all the pain. I stripped it down in my buddys shop. Then a custom welding shop next store did the welding called Tri R Fabrication. I'm not going to take credit for these welds! Rancho style Soft ride stock 82 waggy springs. 6 leafs.
Give me a offer? Front portion of a superlift 4 inch 96 to 01 and everything else there, hub assemblys are pretty much brand new!
The Welding in action!
Here how she sits. Rides kinda shitty on bad roads and train tracks!
With Shocks, sway link and the 39.5 x 15 on 15 x 12 inch rims. got them used in south chicago, all 4 wheels and tires for 300 bucks...not bad!
Still only 2WD. Have to drop the tranny Xmember
Haven't got stuck yet
There goes all the mud inside of the truck haha!
Finally Front Driveshaft