Re: SOA welding +geometry
So really I guess getting the pinion set first would be best. Then I could pull the axle back out and deal with the caster issue. Since I haven't bought the Cherokee yet, I'm unsure of its axle dimensions, but I was hoping they wouldn't be to wide. It is a '79 with the flared wheel wells.
But you are right the Suburban axles are already SOA and if the Cherokee is to wide I might as well use the Suburban axle.
Also I still have the SM465 and 205 transfercase. I'm wondering what the difference in the length is from this set up to the t-18/D20 of the Cherokee. Maybe it would be easier to go all Chevy instead of all Jeep? or some combo of each?
Thanks for the help!