<font color=red>How in the Wide, Wide World Of Sports is he going to get that drill press under that Jeep if he doesn't drop the T-case??</font color=red>
Damn, Aaron, I just about fell out of the chair laughing over that one!
He will obviously have to remove the T-case, but won't necessarily have to get the drill press under the jeep. You're just not thinking 3 dimensionally.
<font color=red>...and boy does it cost big money to have my lazy butt hoist that heavy bastard up on the milling machine table...</font color=red>
So for a few more $$$, here's how to save some time. Just flip the jeep over and put IT on the drill press. Of course, now I'm wondering what you'd charge to do this, but it may not be a lot more.
I will NEVER crawl under a jeep or Zuk again to work on a tranny, t-case, or anything else. From now on, it comes to me. These are a few pics of a friend and I removing a D300 for ZLY from one of my jeeps.
Winter Harbor, Maine
'81 CJ-8 Scrambled, It's a Jeep, Chevy, IHC kinda thing!
'88.5 Slamurai, 7" Lift, Locked, Swamped, Rolled, and just generally broken in right!