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  1. Kick @$$! The pics have returned! Thank you Comanche Club! I wish nothing but the worst for Photobucket. I hope to have some updates on this project in the relatively near feature. Willy
  2. Right now it is just bolted to the floor. The front feet land right on top of the front bed mounts and straddle the horizontal rib running underneath the bed. I've got some ideas on boxing in the bed mount and tying the feet into the frame, just haven't had time to do it. Willy
  3. Check out page 29, post 571. I welded those plates to the area below the A pillar and behind the fenders. The front feet of the cage land on those plates. There are some other pics on that page with the cage bolted to it. Willy
  4. Great! I noticed the hole in your pic and I was hoping it was for the VSS. The pic on the Novak site appears to show a VSS in the collection of parts, but it isn't listed in the contents. Thanks, Willy
  5. Is this the tail housing you used? https://www.novak-adapt.com/catalog/adapters/transmission-to-transfer-case/4l60e-to/kit-4l61/ I was wondering if it came with a mounting location for the VSS? It isn't clear on the Novak site. Thanks, Willy
  6. Looking forward to this. Interested in what parts you used. I am guessing those are the Novak swap headers? Willy
  7. But I am not going to complain about more power. :D Willy
  8. I will keep that in mind, but I am guessing those are probably not easy or cheap to come by at this time. I will probably go with the Novak conversion headers just to keep it simple. Maybe I will have to add that to my Craigslist searching..... Willy
  9. You are more than welcome to join us on a run or a club meeting. We meet the second Thursday of every month. Usually at the Summit library off 512 and Canyon Road. We do a good job of keeping the calendar on our website up to date too - http://cascade4x4s.com. Willy
  10. No, I am going to use the same dual 231 cases. The transmission will be rebuilt with a 4WD tail housing. Most likely from Novak to convert it to the six bolt Jeep pattern. Willy Speaking of 231 doubler, how has your setup been for you? I dunno why, because I rarely go out but I've been looking at getting a toyota xtra cab to make into a wheeler, parts are cheapish and I want more room. Nobody wants to pay what I'm asking for the mj and I'll lose my butt so I'm browsing 231 doubler optionsSent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk For the price I am very happy. The only thing that would be nice is if one of the cases had a lower low range. It would be nice to choose from 2.72, somewhere in the 4.0 range, and double low. Willy
  11. No need to be jealous. Looks like you are having plenty of fun with your MJ. :thumbsup: Willy
  12. No, I am going to use the same dual 231 cases. The transmission will be rebuilt with a 4WD tail housing. Most likely from Novak to convert it to the six bolt Jeep pattern. Willy
  13. There won't be a lot of MJ updates for a while. First I want to get it running well in the Camaro before I introduce a whole new set of issues by moving it to another vehicle. Willy
  14. I am going to use the 4L60E from the Camaro. Do you have a build thread? I have been reading as much as I can find about MJ/XJ LS swaps. Willy
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