Had a buddy come by and help me move the sub-frame from my rear porch to the garage. Well with all the time I had off work during the holidays I was able get a project back on track. There is a since of accomplishment when you get your sub-frame assembled for the last time. A lot of work and some engineering has got me to this point……As I stated before I didn’t want to go with the non-adjustable sway bar that came with the SpeedTech front suspension so with their help sway bar rates I converted to an adjustable torsion bar set up. This is common on aftermarket sub-frame with rack & pinion but is a PITA setting up with a factory sub-frame and steering box. Because the tube, the bar rides in,has to be welded to the front of the steering box the steering arms operate between the lower control are and the sway bar linkage. Before I installed the JRI shocks I did a quick bump steer adjustment just to get into the pall bark. I will lock in the bump steer after car is built and has a real alignment.