Who would be interested in a AUX tank that went in the spare tire location? This would be similar to the Land Cruiser and 4Runner units they already have. Something that fits from frame rail to frame rail and from the pumpkin tapering up to the rear bumper would most likely hold 30-40gallons...
Anyone mount up a tank against the bed bulk head up where the flowers are in the pic? This seems like it would be perfect for use with a GFC, Super Pacific, Alu-CAB. It would keep the weight lower in the bed and in the center-is of the vehicle.
Alu-Cab has one specifically for the Canopy...
How about a fuel type sticker? Since we now have diesel and petrol, may be we need something fun to calls out diesel. Of course everyone should know that in the US, green means, diesel, but stickers are fun.
I started this thread over on the JL site as well...
For either the Gladiator or the Wrangler, what are the options for running dual full sized batteries?
I saw something for the wrangler that put a battery back in the spare tire cubby.
Is there any room to put two batteries under the hood of the 3.0?
Help Needed: In thinking the canopy camper through, I was wondering if there are any pics of the following combo:
Billet Sliver Gladiator
Silver/unpainted Alu-cab canopy camper
Any color Gladiator with a color matched canopy camper....except black of course.
What's everyone's guess on future engines for the Gladiator?
With the Bronco's engines and other competitors upping the game, what will jeep add or change in the engine line up?
V8 maybe in the next 6-12monts?
Inline 6 with forced air?
Something total different?
Any valid ideas?
It seems many of the Max Tow items can be spec'd on the Rubicon. However, I'm wondering about the brakes. Is there difference between the front or rear brakes?
If they are bigger on the Max Tow, can a Rubicon be upgraded?
Do we know what brakes come on the Mojave?
I really like all the updates to the Mojave, but still want the OEM sway bar disconnect and front locker.
What are the chances, the wiring harness is the same? Also, wondering if the fox reservoir location would impede the installation of the OEM swaybar disconnect.
Are there any options on the market yet to replace the plastic bed rail protector. Many moons ago I had an S10 that had these nice aluminum tread plate versions. They were quite thick and nicely formed to match the bed curves and really took a beating without showing signs of wear.
RCV just released their axles for the JL. A piece version that uses the FAD and a One piece version that deletes the FAD.