Another long weekend of laboring on the '79. Learned at least one lesson the hard way. We installed crossover steering on Nicks truck and added about 5-hours of needless head bashing work. Nick pulled an entire steering box out of a 2wd 70s truck as a sector shaft donor. The box that came in the '79 leaks, so we swapped the sector shaft into the box out of the '90. And that's where the trouble began. Obviously the lines from the '79 were different than the lines for the '90 box. So it was either pull the steering box out after the linkage, pitman arm and draglink had been installed or swap the hydroboost setup in from the '90. Nick made the call to swap the hydroboost setups. Pretty big pain in the arse. Then to top if off one of the fittings got fouled up in the threads beyond repair. So we had to call it quits at midnight:30. And since we'd planned to drive his truck home, we ended up driving the big old bucket truck. We were waiting to get pulled over by a cop wondering what 2 guys were doing driving a bucket truck around at 1AM. Picked up new lines Sunday morning after 3 parts houses told us they couldn't get hydroboost lines. I just went on the Internet and looked up the part numbers. Called them back with just the part numbers and lo and behold they had the hoses in stock. Got the it all back together and working. GUESS WHAT?! I didn't occur to us way back at 3PM on Saturday we could have just installed the complete 2wd box Nick had picked up in the JY. What time that would have saved. So, we swapped D60s between my truck and his. Installed crossover steering on Nick's 60. Along with a needless hydroboost swap. We also mounted his toolbox and spare on the back of the truck. Helped eliminate the worst of the terrible ride. And I think the General got demoted: I like this picture because Liam looks like a ghost that popped into the picture: And just for James (aka the Cricket), I cleaned up and paint the 60 before installing it in my truck.