If not, here is what was keeping me up for a good 2 weeks in a row.
Got the front suspension done and welded up, re-welded the rear end and added panels and bars to mount everything else up.
Sanded down to metal the frame and bedlinered it.
Got all the air lines setup and switches for front and back up/down. Plus put a switch on the compressor so i can turn it on or off.
Was going to add a 36 volt to 12 volt reducer to the system, but the compressor needs too much power....so I had to hook up a smaller stereo battery to handle all the electronics...which is fine...that was the plan down the road for the stereo setup anyways....so this way it's already wired for me and I can easily swap a new bigger battery in there when needed.
This thing is pretty sick, love to roll around and drop the rear end and cruise.
I need to swap out the rear bags to some canisters or something...as the shocks just don't lift like they should.
Shout out to Mr. Joe Popper for knocking this bish out the park on the fabrication..couldn't have done this without his help.