Not a ton to report. I was able to remove sheet metal bracket bow holders on the drivers side of the rig. I plan or ordering new ones and also add the bow holders on the rear corners since mine should have had them but the P/O must of had then removed. I got 90% of the new brake lines in except for the S-bended ones on the front end. Currently trying to figure out how those go on because there is zero clearance. The rear part of the Walcks kit fit flawless, but the front end not so much. However, I thought these lines were more brittle than they accually are, but I guess I'm used to old brittle lines as these new stainless lines are pretty easy to bend. Hense the clearance issue between the lines and the distance between the front axle. Got the steering wheel puller from Mike and tried to remove that wheel. Ended up cutting it off as nothing I've thrown at that thing seemed would work or make it budge. Made the mistake of cutting into the threads on the shaft (don't work on your rig angry would be my best advice moving forward). But I had a F.I. moment during the heat of the battle that I now regret. Now I can't get the nut for the steering wheel to grab the threads. Might borrow a thread chaser at work and see if I can limp it on there. The grey stuff is the anti seize I have on the threads in the event I need to remove it to replace the shaft. On the plus side, being underneth the rig for so long today, I'm happy to report I must have consumed at least 23 lbs of 70 year old dirt that was kind enough to fall into my mouth. So I could skip lunch and continue wrenching so at least I had that going for me.