Switched out my factory lug nuts with some better quality ones. The caps on my factory ones were starting to get loose.
I mean this thread really has nothing to do with the mopar steel bumper and skid plate for that bumper, but pretty sure need 68353836AB and 8353837AB. These are the 2 brackets that fit on the bottom of the frame rails. Pretty sure these come on JTs. Then 4 of the nutserts and 4 bolts. Same part...
Yes this JT skid plate is different than the one that comes with the steel bumper group. That skid plate screws into the bottom lip of the metal bumper so it won't work with anything but the metal front bumper.
This skid plate will work with any factory bumper and even some aftermarket ones...
I think this would provide better clearance side to side. It's a lot smaller than the plastic one. It provides about 1 inch more clearance from the ground because it doesn't drop down as far. Side to side it measures about 39 inches across the top and 36 inches across the bottom.
Yes, sorry if I forgot to specify. These pics are of the standard size flaps.
They're already really large. I wouldn't get the XL ones.
The standard size ones are about 10.75" wide x 12" long. They extend about an inch up into the fender.
I have a Sport with Rubicon springs, wheels and tires. I only have the front flaps.
Realistically, once they're on you'll never take them off for wheeling. They're actually pretty hard to unscrew to get off and on. It's a PIA.
I'd say get the regular size ones. The XL are too big. Only get...
I ended getting Fox 2.0 shocks instead of the Bilstein 5100s.
I like the Fox. They're a little bit softer than the stock Rubicon shocks. Plusher going over bumps, but may have created a little more body roll. I've gotten used to it.
Morris 4x4 has a great price on them. Plus I used some promo...
If you'd like a great looking skid plate, the Jeep Gladiator JT steel skid plate is a great option. For around $200 you can install either the silver Mojave or black Rubicon skid plate on your JL. I went for the black Rubicon skid plate. It provides about an inch more clearance compared to the...
I have a set of front seat covers for the Jeep Wrangler JL Non-Rubicon. They are brand new but missing original box. Was going to install them but never got around to it and changed my mind.
Black marine grade vinyl with red stitching.
PRP Seats Part #: B039-01
Sell for $314 new on Quadratec...
I put Rubicon shocks and springs on my Sport S about 6 months ago. I recently noticed one of my rear shocks leaking so I picked up some new Rubicon shocks locally from OfferUp.
Comparing the two rear Rubicon shocks I noticed different part numbers. They appear to be the same length.
I believe so. The difference is small.
Now the question is, are Bilstein 5100s any better than stock Rubicon shocks? I haven't found anyone comparing them on the internet. I don't think anyone has the Bilstein 5100s yet on a JL.
Bilstein 5100 Front - 33-316314
Bilstein 5100 Rear - 33-316321
Bilstein lists in the note, "For Lifted Height: 0-1.5". Some other websites list the shame shocks for a 2-3". So confusing information out there.
Dealer Name: Tempe Chrysler Jeep Dodge
City, State: Tempe, AZ
Date Taken In (for evaluation, not specifically to do the work): September 1st 2020
Date Completed: January 21st 2021
Did you buy your Jeep from this dealer: Yes
Your Jeep has suspension/tire modifications: No - it's a Sport but I put...