I had a good wrenching day too. It must have been "Axel Sunday".
I finally got out the BFH and smacked those knuckles off the ScoutII D44 front I'd hauled over the snowy mountian passes last spring. Now at least I can wrestle the housing down into the dungeon (where it's warm) to start grinding on the forks.
Frankly, when I get into the garage I don't know where to start because of too many irons in the fire.
Finishing the windshield and hardtop on the '83 CJ-7 so I can drive it burrrrr!
At least I got the tail gate on last week ....
I don't know why I'm playing with the Scout axel since I just started making payments on a used fully built Currie unit, complete with ARB, 4.88's and Warn hubs ... because it was there, I guess ....
I stripped and sold the rusty tub off the '77 CJ-7 on Monday. Why do I need two hard tops?
Bought a cherry '84 CJ-7 frame on Wednesday. (The one on the 77 was shot).... gotta have something to put all these extra parts on .... the T-5 can go on that ... along with that extra 258 I built at the same time as the other one.
The NV4500 is still on the meat cart but I got the bell housing helicoiled and powdercoated last week....
There's one short shaft and one long shaft D300 on the bench ready for rebuilding (one w/TeraLow, one w/o (for the new frame)... not to mention the Q-Track from the '77 I'm thinking of swapping into the '57 CJ-6 ... hummm if I could find a good 360 I wouldn't need to put the longer front clip on it for an I-6 ... and I still can't figger out where I'm going to store the '77's old 258, TH400, new frame, old frame with the narrow track axels .......
Gad, have I got a bad case of Jeep fever ????
But, I do get a grin on my face every time I walk into the garage ready to pick up a wrench!! [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]