How did you do that to the 2x6 in the back. That looks great. I bet you could sell those to hang in garage. I would grab one.Yesterday was oil change #1 at exactly 1,200 miles. Mopar M0349 filter (68191349AC) and 5qts of Pennzoil Ultra Platinum 0w20. Also added a Fumoto drain valve on the oil pan.
Afterwards I added some Shrockworks frame mounted sliders. 2" square tubing with 1.75" round tubing on the outer bar. Opted for the trail plates so no one slips a foot through the tube.
Stopped by a buddy's house to pick up a bed divider board he made for me.
How did you do that to the 2x6 in the back. That looks great. I bet you could sell those to hang in garage. I would grab one.
Nice, thanks for the install review of the Rockhard bellypan! I look forward to hearing how it performs on the trail (bash it up!).Switched out one of the factory fobs for the AJT Designs key fob. I like that it (almost) matches, but mostly now the switch blade key will stop opening in my pocket.
Installed Rockhard 4x4 aluminum (180lbs) complete belly pan skid plates with dual crossmembers today, what a pain...They provide printed instructions, and a youtube video of the installation which do not do things in the same order. They don't tell you exactly which bolt/washer/nut to use where.
The most annoying part is when it came to the resonator skid. They say "Jeep went ahead and added a bunch of factory threaded holes in the frame to make it easy to just bolt right up. Well, there were three spots where that was not the case on my JT. One spot they actually included an "L" stick bracket with a welded nut that goes inside the frame, perfect. The next spot didn't even have a hole in the frame, customer service just said "drill it and use a self-tapping bolt. The final spot is the long bracket from the resonator skid to the crossmember that holds the carrier bearing. That spot was not threaded, and there is no way to get a wrench back there to hold a nut. RH4x4 asked for pictures/measurements and talked me through a few things during install. They said they would send a nutsert for me to pop into the crossmember for the final resonator bolt.
Other than that, it is installed and quite nice. If I were to do it again, I'd probably go with Artec and hope that installation is easier, but now that they're on I plan on putting them to good use.
Still waiting on a rear bumper, but then I'll probably start hitting the local wheeling parks. Not sure when/where the next big outing will be. I've been to Ouray/Moab each year for the last three years. Thinking about Sedona or something different.Nice, thanks for the install review of the Rockhard bellypan! I look forward to hearing how it performs on the trail (bash it up!).