Well, got a chance to go home and work on the truck this weekend and got quite a bit accomplished: Finally mounted the new front seats, Jeg's generic black plastic with the orange and black covers. Modified the factory brackets and sliders to fit. Mounted them like 4" farther back than factory so my tall ass can actually fit. Got around to mounting the Ford towers as well. The shocks are Pro-Comp ES9000's courtesy of Brian Wise (BozoWise). Great guy to deal with, more than helpful, and cut me a hell of a deal. They're freakin LONG. One of the factory holes lines up with the towers, makes it nice and easy to position it the way you want it. Once again, FREAKIN LONG All mounted up. 4" of uptravel, 11" of downtravel. Slight inner fender mods required. I don't have the springs to keep up with 'em for now but that'll change soon enough. Decided to plumb the hydro assist this weekend too. 2" bore 8" stroke tractor ram. People who say a 2" bore is too slow for the street are whiners. I ran errands the rest of the weekend with it and I love it. I can now stand outside the truck and turn the wheel with 1 finger. The ring around the diff that you can't see very well is courtesy of Kert at DIY4x. It's a custom piece that's 1/2" thick and beefy as hell. He was very willing to work with what I wanted and made sure all the details were covered, made it up in almost no time and it was cheap too. Ram mounted: Upper rad. hose for extra capacity: Box drilled and tapped: Hoses: Whole setup: Also ditched the top and tailgate for good, man it looks like a fairy when it's on shop rollers. Made a switch panel to go in place of the cupholders: Next weekend I'll mount the rear shocks. Shocks are from Black Mesa Offroad and the tabs are from DIY 4x4. I'm also going to make a winch mount for the 8274 that's on the way. And finally, cut out some of the panels and narrow the rear 12-14" on each side. Wish me luck, there will be plenty more pictures next Sunday.