That'll be awesome.I'm not going to do the cut pictured above.. what I can do instead is cut a square hole out of the body floor, put the mount in, and then screw in a plate (with a hole drilled in the middle for the tube to protrude out of) to seal it up. Shouldn't require any welding, nor cutting of the wheel well. End result is about 3" of a 2" diameter tube sticking into the cabin. Seats and carpet are already gone, so not a big deal for me
We all gotta start somewhere, bud. Dunno why you think having more expensive shocks is a prerequisite for hydraulic bumps, but you are entitled to that opinionHydro bumps, but running Terrafirma shocks!