I think it could be.You would have to notch out where the bracket is.That would be better to do prior to Powder Coating.The bracket is for the Lithium Battery coolant lines.
But why not just buy a Plate that fits?
Here is another option I found in a post somewhere on this forum.I purchased this but have not installed it yet
Here is their description
Easily connect additional daytime running (DRL) or standard marker lamps to your Jeep Wrangler JL and Gladiator JT with the Daytime Running Lamp Adapter...
I really appreciate all of your help they are going to credit for the bracket here is what they have said
Thank you for all the photos and explanations – much appreciated.
This is the first time that we are aware of this bracket on the JL vehicle. This is not assembled on any of the models...
I am guessing the difference is mine is a 2 Door.It just will not fit.There is an extreme gap and the bolts will not reach.Even if they did the Skid would be at an extreme angle.Thanks for all of your assistance we will see what Asfir says.
On the Transfer Case Skid on my Turbo.There is a support bracket for some cooling lines and it must be removed.I do not see the risk reward for the TC skid.It really does not appear to provide any more protection from factory that coupled with cooling lines not secured means this will be going...
Can someone tell me where the Front Brackets attach for the Skid?
There is only 1 sheet of an instruction and the crappiest picture I have ever seen.
Their website Sucks!
No Install Instructions
Is the amp under your passenger seat?
And are those the tweeters from the New Alpines?Nice install did you just drill a hole for fitment?
I am considering the same set up but just unsure if I should have a different sub built for the back of my 2 door like JL Audio for the JK's