There is nothing worse than balancing the tail of the drivetrain on a jack while trying to get a massive skidplate/transmission mount aligned and bolted up. So, we used some 1.5-inch, 0.120-wall HREW tubing that we got from Industrial Metal Supply along with some 1.5-inch, 0.120-wall square tube to build a transmission mount that is completely separate from the belly skidplate. We weren’t willing to cut the floor to clear the T-case, due to all the issues that show up inside the Jeep. So we ended up with the less-than-flat clocking you see here. We were shooting for a belly flat with the framerails, but every build has compromises somewhere. The Advance Adapters frame jack is very useful when building a mount like this.