Pulled the rear half of the body off and starting to move the coil buckets, track bar bracket, bump stop things, shock bracket and brake lines.
I tried to be clever and reuse the factory coil bucket but it just wouldn't work out so I took some 1/8" sheet and made some basic square coil buckets. Getting them to be the same mounting position just 4.5" further back is harder than it sounds. Using my trusty angle finder on my phone (lmao I actually used this to also set my pinion angle when welding the trusses on) I got them kinda close enough to call good
Mounted the shocks back in the factory position and we'll what do you know. They hit the track bar bracket. So I got clever. Remember the first set of frame rails I failed on? Those just happen to be the exact dimension I needed to push the shock back. So I cut the factory shock bracket off the frame, put a section of the frame rail in and welded it back on. Easy money.
Used a barnes outside the frame track bar bracket, made some minor trimming and popped it on right where the track bar will probably sit.
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