3/8 male to male nipple and 2 hose clamps. It will be a part of my kit from now on in case it happens again
@Gorilla57 yeah the clip is still there and there is a decent bit of movement if you grab the line for me.
Hopefully these pictures help.
This is passenger side front. You can see front of fuel tank skid just go in deeper
You see those two plastic lines right above the engine skid, those are your fuel lines. Just follow them to the back of the vehicle
The OE clip is right behind that vertical...
This is located on the passenger side. If you crawl under the jeep from the passenger side and look at the crossmember that supports the transmission you should be able to see the line.
I haven't done any work yet since I took a pretty bad fall so I am out of decommission for a few days. But i...
Just wanted to put this out there as a warning to be wary of this and inspect your fuel lines. In now way am I knocking @Artec however hopefully they can look into this issue further and possibly take some action. To my knowledge I haven't seen anyone else have this occur to them however it only...
2018 JLUR. with over 25k miles
with 600 miles spent a month in the dealership due to cam sensor error and it ended up being timing chain tensioner and a slew of other issues
Had a few issues with electrical issues and charging etc.
Also had issues with rear defroster
And just recently my...
i have backup sensors and after swapping rear bumpers I never used them again. If you turn it off via button on dash it will stay off. I do get a warning screen on startup but no error or anything else.
I Run 40's w/ MC kit. I was able to get away w/ 3" bumps front and rear. However it involves HEAVY cutting.
Rear the whole inner arch needed to be trimmed. Including the top in order to stuff it at full flex.
Front i had to cut the front bumper tips, Cut parts of the grille, cut the two top...
I am looking at these for my new set of 40's. For those that have been running them, how many miles have you guys had. Was hoping that it would last at least 20k miles. My jeep is mainly a trail rig but it isnt towed to and from trails so i need them to last.
I have since upgraded axles and went to 40's. I would still recommend it although their are some downsides. The sensitive steering is not as bad as before but you do get used to it. The other issue is that when offroading it does vent out of the vent tube when it gets hot.
it’s about 1 3/4 gap. Also remember that each dfg slide is different so their arb fridge mount won’t be the same as the domestic one
also wanted to show something else that I did for the power cable. Used a cable guide to ensure when moving it in and out the cable doesn’t snag or kink.
You can use their existing slide but you need to add a spacer to raise the fridge.
The DFG slider base is flush with the AAL baseplate. The handle does protrude slightly past the base if that is an issue for your setup. The DFG slide is only attached with 4 or the 6 mounting points. Two of the...