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  1. Locker Position Sensor Potting - DANA 44

    An hour ago I had my '19 sensor in hand. That photo is NOT like mine and I see no way in hell how it could fit. It's totally different. FYI, potted the front yesterday and installed this morning. Test went perfect. I highly recommend potting if you are concerned about a possible failer.
  2. What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

    The beauty is, it is not that hard if you follow the advice given.
  3. What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

    My JLR front axle locker disconnect sensor is curing from the potting procedure. Results from rear sensor potting is, it's working perfectly and now should never fail. I recommend this mod vs a wait an see attitude.
  4. Things you have learned the Hard way about owning a Jeep.

    tire poke ? even stock, sand and gravel is an issue, aftermarket wheels with more - offsett = more issues
  5. So it begins Michigan to the Mexico border to Alaska and back. Three JLUR and campers.

    When my JLR stock and blew a seal, I had a temporary set on the back. A used pair off my Ramm35004x4 that was the same length and bolt up. I was very surprised how well I liked them on #4/5 and may try a set. I think they have a lifetime warranty? Who does that, haha
  6. Rock Hard 4x4 aluminum front bumper

    2.5 years, 20K driven and 30K flat towing. Never an issue. Scraped it a few places down to raw metal and no rust, haha. Wish I could say that about my steel sliders and Belly pan. I like that it's not powder coated BTW, scratches to bare aluminum corrodes, the powder coating bubbles and flakes...
  7. TrailRecon drops the Diesel

    Haha, fixed it. Drama is more intertaining than simple reality to some, I like Brads channel. I think Brad just wasn't into the diesel. FYI, I recently sold my Ram3500 4x4 CTD and loved it. It was pre DEF, hauled a RV chassis mounted coach(2+tons) and towed my JLR without issue. Brads stated...
  8. Rock slide Engineering fail

    I understand. Gotta do, what you gotta do. Fortunately for me, no other reason to have these other than being 70 yrs. old and wanting convenience. However with this threads heads up, they seem to be just another problimatic accessory. FYI, my last RV had power steps and no issues in the 5 years...
  9. So it begins Michigan to the Mexico border to Alaska and back. Three JLUR and campers.

    Ted, are you running a set of Rancho XL's. If so how do you like them.
  10. Need help with bolt size

    A cheap $25 metric tap & die set has saved my bacon several times and ways.
  11. 2dr custom exhaust

    Install a cutout after the axle and before the muffler for that once in a while exhaust note. Something similar to this...
  12. What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

    there is a recent post on linked thread that reports they may now be available. Even if ou buy a replacement, pot it or else haha
  13. What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

    I don't know what percentage of these locker sensors are leaking/shorting and failing but a $400 ea. I went ahead and am potting mine for less than $30. They should never leak/fail.
  14. What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

    Finished the install of the potted rear locker sensor. One down, one to go.
  15. Fox 2.5 DSC Adjuster Blowout

    Sad and sorry to read report in many ways.
  16. Locker Position Sensor Potting - DANA 44

    The paint thinner I tried wasn't the right stuff, even tired the Electrical Contact Cleaner spry can. Gave up and ordered another $11 tube of potting stuff.
  17. Locker Position Sensor Potting - DANA 44

    It's about time they offered the damn sensor. What a F'up and issue for many. I didn't want to have an issue so I put a Z harness in the glove box ASAP. It's become time for servicing the diifs., so today I pulled the rear sensor. No oil but potting it anyway. Re-assembly tomorrow. I wish I'd...
  18. No rear seat

    My JL's rear seat has been out almost 3 years and the passengers seat 4 months. I should have removed the passenger seat years ago.
  19. Diesel Heaters

    I had a Espar in my Tiger/Ram diesel RV. Very effiencent. I mostly used it at elevations above 3,500 feet and had it tuned for the thinner air which reduced the BTU output but it burned clean. Too rich on fuel /lean on air and they coke up.