Well yesterday I think I found the source of my Death Wobble for good... The sector shaft on my steering gear wobbles about a half inch side to side! I'll try to get the wife to help me get a video of it to share, I was pretty surprised since it's not leaking any fluid. Pulled the gearbox from the parts Jeep, snapped off two of the three bolts. I heated the ears up and sprayed them down with penetrating oil. Got them out with some vise grips. Then this piece of crap broke as was expected. That's fine. I was planning on doing away with it anyway. Nothing a couple hours and a some crappy welds won't fix! Feel free to critique my welding if you want. I really don't know what I'm doing. It's flux core .030 wire because that's what I have. I'll let that cool and mess with test fitting it on the parts rig later. I know I'll have to trim it down to make it fit right. And no I didn't weld that on the gear box. I fit it on the gear box, welded it, then put it back on to verify fitment. I have the rest of the tie rods coming in next week just so they're all good, along with two new shocks so it will quit tossing me into the next lane on these crappy roads. Also ripped open the dash and swapped the headlight switch in from the parts Jeep, yesterday I had to run the switch several times to get the lights to actually turn off. Swapped a couple tiny bulbs around so my HVAC illumination works, just took the bulb from the fog light switch because I didn't care enough to go buy bulbs. I'm thinking about my bumper build. I'm not sure how I want to make the brackets. Should I bring them all the way back to the steering gear or should I plate the front with 11ga and just run the six bolts on the front for the bumper?