No matter what, I'm going to figure out a way to still run floor mats. Maybe something like the weatherTech that fill out the tub won't slip around.
I know over time floor mats look like crap, but then you just replace them. The same will hapen to the top of the Armor Lite, but it's...
I'd be up for a larger OEM tank replacement as well, but that is not going to net the same gains. Of course, I'll take an extra 5, 8, 10gallons. But I want even more fuel than that.
They already have a 17gallon Aux tank for petrol, but that tank will not work for the diesel. A spare tire...
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...
Dual Batteries for the diesel
Larger OEM tank replacement
AUX fuel tank for both Petrol and diesel that goes where the spare tire is. Similar to a LC or 4R unit from LRA.
Snorkel for the diesel
ARB twin compressor mount under the hood for the Diesel.
For me it is all about speed. I have a hard shell Autohome Columbus Variant. Sub 30 second set up and being lazy 120 second stow time.
I rarely ever stay in the same place for more than one night. Always traveling to another location. Another Trail to run. Another trail to hike, bike, or...
Do the wings not bolt to the rear main bumper? If they are, seeing the separation in this picture, could be cured with a tighter tolerance to the bolt size. If they aren't, they should be.
If I get this bumper, I'd buy it bare anyways, and just weld the three pieces together.
It really sounds like the second you receive any new Jeep the first thing you do is push in all the fuses, drive it home, and put in a dual battery system.
Seems these the causes of 90% of the issues reported.
Yeah, my guess would be bad little battery.
Plus don't forget to get the update that has the ESS go off the big battery.
Or, better yet, just upgrade to a dual Odyssey battery system like Genesis.
I plan on having the Genesis system waiting in the garage for the day I bring the new JT home.
Lostwoods, I see where my iPhone shortened response lead to a miss understanding to what I intended. You are correct the current JCR design does not lend itself to being modified to an aluminum/steel hybrid design. I meant that a hybrid aluminum steel design could be done. The substructure...