Well, the weekend was fairly productive even though I spent most of Saturday recovering from Friday night. Next weekend I'm going to Gilbert off road park with a group of guys to thrash on it and see what it will do. Made a redneck spare tire holder last weekend, it's a Chevy 1/2 ton rotor and it centers itself perfectly in the rim. The tire is a 39" Firestone All Terrain T/X. Got the rear shocks mounted, props again to DIY4X and Black Mesa Offroad for the tabs and shock absorbers. Mounted them factory style because it's not flexy enough right now to warrant an inboarded setup. Had the winch mount cut and welded. Mounted up with minimal hassle. Not too bad on approach angle either. I could have done a little better but I'm happy with it. Painted it flat black and cut the factory bumper to fit around it. I've lost count of how many times I've hacked my bumpers now. Yep, I know everything looks crooked, I promise it's not. I went nuts on the grille and screwed it up bigtime....anybody have one they'd wanna send for free? A decent shot of the rear chop, still needs to be bolted in a couple of places but it's good enough to thrash on. Took ~10.5" out of each side, should help me keep the fenders outta the trees. I think I'm gonna take 2" of height out of the rear to even it out a little bit, the tires should still stuff just fine because of the taper job. Feel free to voice your opinion on that one since I'm still kind of up in the air about it. Sorry about all the pics, had to let somebody know I was still wrenching and not just a CK5 web wheeler.