Keep in mind, "Bolts to frame" is a misnomer.
Yes it bolts to the frame, but it is using the body bolts for the cab.
Rock Hard utilizes the pinch seam holes and the body bolts. Others utilize just the pinch seam holes OR the body bolts.
No, not the winch, the winch plate. It's going to weigh as much as the bumper, if not more.
The winch will be another 70 pounds give or take.
That same bumper, in steel, with a recessed winch mount and a front receiver is 140 pounds. It's on it's way to me now.
In aluminum, there will be...
You can find photos of the original Scrambler bars and try a local fabrication shop.
It would be a one off, custom thing that nobody else would have.
If you don't care if it's not a functional roll bar, try a local Mom and Pop exhaust shop. They could do the custom bends with ease and...
If you want true protection, either on or off road, there are several USA based manufacturers that are mentioned all over this Board.
I personally bought Rock Hard sliders with angled down bars.
My wife is 5'-1" and needed a boost. Put traction tape on them and then when wet, ice or snow...
Mine have been on since April and no issues.
Have gone through late winter, spring, summer, fall and back into winter and holding strong. Been through multiple car washes, heavy winds and thunderstorms and no issues.
Like anything else, do the required prep to get the required results.
Mopar has no oil refinery and thus makes no oil.
They repackage someone else's oil and then charge a premium.
There are several oils available that meet or exceed factory specifications.
Do your wallet a favor and do some research on the internet or go here, https://bobistheoilguy.com/ and...
Anyone found a work around on the 2 remote start limit yet?
First vehicle I've had that limited me on remote starts. Sometimes 30 minutes isn't enough to thaw out frozen doors and I REALLY don't want to replace torn up door seals.
Yes, I wipe the seals with WD40, but sometimes it doesn't help.
Factory or aftermarket wheels? You don't say which.
Aftermarket, 37's for onroad only or you'll rub.
35's will get you offroad, but full articulation/compression you'll rub.
Factory wheels, no bueno without wheel spacers.
Per the instructions on the page you linked.
Halo Wiring Note: Additional wire may be needed. Extend Red wire to fuse panel (Use F52 for on/off with key)– Or existing headlight halo (+) & Black wire to ground(-).