Sorry for that . It's stock, and a friend at work helped me get it fixed. Busted pin and locked up. What we did was slowly heat the stationary part and the pins popped out. The hinge part wasn't so easy. We heated it and nothing. So we put it in the milling machine and bored out half the pin. Very hard even with a Cardiff spade :o. About halfway through we hit it with a hammer and a few good licks and out it came. After I got home I got some hinge repair bushings and a long grade 5 shoulder bolt. Took my 1/2 endmill and bored a small hole for the bushing. Put everything together and all is perfect. No play, no swag, nothing. I'll try to get some pics if I can.
Yes it's awful. Now I had to put on an exhaust gasket and that turned into a head pull since the studs broke and there was no other way to get them out. Oh well, as my friend said, "welcome to the jeep world".
Swag-off-road has a nice one too. But to be honest, you can piece together everything you need from Home Depot/lowes for much less. If I had to do it again, as much as I like supporting American companies, I would just buy the parts myself.
I know a lot of things, most of them are only correct in my own head...
Better to be judged by twelve then carried by six. I'm sure this is going to get me in trouble down the line
2000 sport, 5speed, 1-1/4 body lift, 3" zone, metal cloak front fenders, metal cloak control arms, 4.88, 35" cooper stt.