Badgerland 4x4 in Elkhorn is a good shop. Personally I go to Performance Off-Road in Waukesha since they are closer to me. They installed my 4.5" Evo lift, steer smarts front end. They will be regearing my axles, trussing them and installing lockers in the next couple of weeks. Just waiting on...
I have a bunch of parts I’ve purchased and either waiting to install or I’m waiting for it to be delivered.
Rock Hard 4x4 aluminum mid width bumper
Rock Hard 4x4 aluminum complete bellypan skid plate
Warn EVO 10s
Evo replacement rear track bar bracket.
Reid Racing HD high steer knuckle...
Not sure what to name my Jeep, so for now I’m naming it after my 5 year old.
2020 Jeep Gladiator Sport S
Mods so far:
EVO Mfg. Enforcer Overland Plus 4.5” stage 4 lift with King adjustable shocks
Clayton Off-road rear track bar
Daystar spring correction pads.
Steer Smarts yeti XD front...
Reid Racing HD high steer knuckle
Mishimoto transmission cooler
Fishbone aluminum fenders and liners
PPE aluminum transmission pan
OX lockers with electric actuators
Adams front and rear driveshafts
Well you could run cables into the cab but you would probably have to modify the floor or you could run them to somewhere less convenient like the bed, but that would kind of suck. The advantage OX has over ARB is not having to remove the locker to repair an air leak. Also being able to pin the...
So someone help me out on this. I do not have functional steering wheel controls. I removed my stereo to check and the harness connection labeled steering control doesn’t have a 3.5mm inserted into it. Although I can’t find one to put in it anyways. So is this the piece of the puzzle I’m missing...