Day 2: When starting a new day at TMR, our first task was to check out what had been done the night before. LaFortune had two shifts going as insurance against his deadline. "There were 10 guys here working until 10 last night," he said in the morning. Those hours would get later as the week wore on. One of the night jobs was getting a start on the frame to hold the Jaz 32-gallon fuel cell where the Cherokee's rear seat used to be.