My Drivetrain upgrade is near completion!
I am almost finished with my latest mods. My 1978 GMC Suburban now has a fresh THM 400, Rebuilt 203, 4:10 ratio GM 14 Bolt rear FF with locker and a Dana 44 Front which I replaced every bearing, gasket, and seal in each. I also installed a 4" Superlift, new shocks, and rerouted my brake lines. New Rear driveshaft and every u-joint has been replaced from the front bumper to the rear. From the frame down, everything is painted and looks awesome. From the frame up, it looks like hammered dog crap. Except the engine of course. It's a GM Goodrich 250 horse 4 bolt 350. Soon to be a 383 Stroker next summer.
All have new gear lube or oil in every component and ready to go. My tires should be in by Friday, Q-78 Swamper TSL's 35.5x9.50 16's.
I did every bit of the rebuilding myself, and turned every nut and bolt on the whole project myself. The only thing I had help with was bleeding the brakes.
Is there anything I am forgetting or need to check before it comes off of the jack stands?