GenRight JKU build in the Money Pit Garage

Mark Fechner
2015 JKU with 15k miles. 
2015 JKU
Super clean used Jeep
Ready to take this thing apart
Pulling the body off
Removing the drivetrain
Chassis completely disassembled
All factory brackets removed and cleaned up
GenRight Elite track bar mount and bump stop tacked in place
All GenRight Elite brackets and mounts installed and ready for final welding
Final welding under side of rear shock towers
Final welding of inside cross member 
Under side of rear cross member after final welding
Custom trans mount for manual transmission
Frame side mount for transfer case tail housing brace
Passenger side of trans mount
Front cross member with trans and transfer case mounts ready for powder coat
After lots of cleaning of all of the weld areas the frame gets a ride to powder coat
GenRight JKU body ready for tear downJKU body for tear down.
Top, doors and interior removedTop, doors and interior removed
Ready for GenRight Roll CageInterior almost ready for GenRight Cage install
Time to cut the stock cage out
Factory cage removedFactory cage cut away from the tub and removed
GenRight cage install beginsGenRight cage install begins with some dash trimming and the A pillar stanchions and dash bar installation
GenRight Cage B-Pillar base mount insatlledGenright Cage B-Pillar mounts installed
Gneright Cage C-Pillar mount installedC-Pillar mounts installed
D-Pillar mounts installedD-Pillar mounts installed
A few hours later the cage is tacked in placeA few hours later the cage is all tacked up
New Half doors installed and adjustedNew half doors installed and adjusted
B-Pillar delete KitOne of my favorite GenRight modifications! B-Pillar delete!
B-Pillar delete KitThis B-Pillar didnt have a chance against cutoff wheel and a Sawsall
B-Pillar delete KitB-Pillar lower cap TIG welded in place
B-Pillar delete KitAfter the upper cap was welded and they were both sanded to perfection they mate up great. I filled the corner of the drivers door for a cleaner look.
B-Pillar delete KitA closer look
B-Pillar delete KitThe top has a pinch clamp to hold it in place
B-Pillar delete KitAnd there it is all finished and ready for paint
Chassis back from powder coatChassis back from powder coat. Satin black looks great!
Engine and trans going back inEngine and trans going back in
Custom Tarns bracket fits perfect! Custom trans bracket fits perfect!
Front bumper installedGenRight Ultra Clearance front bumper and winch installed.
Steering box set in placePSC steering box bolted in place
Power steering pump changed outStock power steering pump removed and the new PSC pump installed
Charcoal canister relocatedCharcoal canister relocated
Brake lines runNew Stainless Steel brake lines
Sway bar mounts and bar installed
Rash Guards installed
Rear Bumper Side and Center Rash Guards installed. Its amazing how good these fit the bumper 
dynatrac Axles are hereDynaTrac Front ProRock XD60 and Rear ProRock 80 Axles are in the Pit
ProRock brackets are welded onFront Lower Link mounts from the GenRight Elite Kit welded in place
Trac Bar and lower link mount ready for paintTrac bar and lower link mount ready for paint
Looking from the front
A coat of etching primer and a few coats of Hammered Silver 
Ready for install

Some stainless steel brake lines running to stainless steel bulkhead fittings
All set in place. Linked, shocked and strapped.
From the back 
From the top looking down. Check out those beautiful Summit Machine Aluminum Links
Front brake lines done
Front axle under the Jeep and ready for a trac bar and steering 
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