I doubt it, I’ve wondered but I haven’t looked closely enough to a JL’s to see if they are the same or close enough anyway. If they did, you think Maximus would advise that compatibility. I’ve wondered if the end caps are exchangeable too. I made my own out of plastic for the one I put on my JL...
I went to Ace Hardware with the mounting bolts and matched them up. I think they were an M8, but not fully sure of that. I also got some bronze bushings that fit over the mounting bolts. I think 1-1/2” long. I can measure tomorrow and check. My compressor was the portable in the case, so it’s...
I originally had it mounted slightly lower and more forward. You can see the original top forward hole in this picture. It fit, but one of the air filters touched the seat back and it touched the carpeting. I didn’t want it to melt the carpet (not sure if it would but played safe) so moved it...
I bolted the bracket on with one of the slider bolts. You can see one above the bracket. Rubicon sliders and stock running boards have bolts that go through the pinch seam holes to mount to the body. If you have a Sport without running boards, there will just be the hole.
My daughter got me some inexpensive rock lights and I installed them not to long ago. I actually used 3m automotive double sided tape for the front under the turn signals. In the back I made a bracket out of some angle aluminum bolted to the slider bolt.
The Z-Automotive camera connection and power cables. I didn’t want the camera in the grill, so I got a different camera.
I really would like one with the moving lines, but not enough to buy a new Jeep for. If that could be done I would definitely be interested.
I used a ghost antenna on my cowl mount. Seems to work good, but haven’t tested it in the trail yet. Will test it at the Moab Jeep Jamboree soon (I have hand held just in case). I stole the mounting location shown here but mounted it on the knee panel (got a spare, so the original is untouched)...
I’m thinking of using the Warn, as I have the 10th Anniversary edition with its offset opening that I’ll have to modify. The Warn has the opening as part of the plate and not separate. If I had the Hard Rock version I think I’d look at the Artec one.
I added some beauty covers for my exposed bumper area. I’ve got the JK 10th Anniversary Bumpers on my JL. I’ve ran this for over two years on the JL and at least 5 on my old JK, but better late than never. I was going to heat gun them more flush, but decided that this was good enough.
Thanks for the reply back.
It took me about 10 minutes to get the plugs out, but over 20 minutes to get the extension plugs in. Finally had to take the door off. Even then I had to finally just force my hand into the area and take the cuts and scrapes. Glad I’ll never have to do that again!