GM sold the reel light under two part numbers: 15990293 and 15528774I thought I had lots of Torx until I bought the Smart, then they suddenly all seemed to hide or weren't the right length/width.
Looking much better with all these upgrades, amazing how much difference a new set of light lenses can make to a rough looking vehicle, it was one of the first things I did to my Series III when I got it.
The tethered lamp looks like a brilliant idea, I wonder if I can get one here for my bobtail. The PO fitted an LED strip around the inside of the bonnet and it might've been OK when it was new but by the time I got it most of the diodes were dead and I had to cut through it to fit the aero bonnet pins.
We are leaning towards the Metal Cloak 4.5" long travel longarm kit, but Kiki wants to source her own shocks and not use theirs.Fawk I'm late on this. That's such a great colour, the other green the used on the LJs was hideous.
The cruise control cable story blows my mind, that's just so damn crazy and insanely difficult to diagnose. Major props to the mechanic for spotting it.
Nice job on the underhood light setup, I was going to do a WJ light but the maglight-on-a-string is sweet, might steal your idea. I also spy a Craftsman tombstone grinder in the background, those are great units.
The sway systems mentioned above are largely offshoot of the Currie Anti-Rock, which has quite a following. Never used one myself but have heard good things.
Long arms are great. Radius arms suck. Do a 3-link front and triangulated 4-link rear and your only travel limits will be your shocks and bodywork.