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SO you did a 'resonator delete'? How does it sound?
Sure would like to find some space under there for about 10 more gallons of fuel...
Yea it’s a shame the AEV fuel caddy has become the same vaporware status as the rear bumper and carrier needed to run it because that thing is pretty slick.





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Titan fuel tank fits most tire carriers and is very similar to AEV. I've had both on my JKU and liked them. AEV fits closer to the body but Titan holds more and allows me to use a rack.
 

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Nothing close to what you guys have going on but I did hang a winch Saturday.

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How was wiring this in? Is there any sort of stock harness to tap into? Did you run it to one of the AUX buttons in the dash?
 

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How was wiring this in? Is there any sort of stock harness to tap into? Did you run it to one of the AUX buttons in the dash?
Warn sets up their wiring to connect direct to the battery...I haven’t found a good enough reason not to. It takes another set of hands to snake the wires around the right frame rail, up past the fender liner and into the engine bay, but after that it’s a 2 minute hookup.
 

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5 months of waiting and a week of driving before tearing it apart for this:
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Still needs the RSE step sliders, winch and a pair of 0.5” rear coil spacers to level out the back. Pretty stoked with how it turned out. Can’t wait to run it...just hope this diesel will hold up.

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5 months of waiting and a week of driving before tearing it apart for this:
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Still needs the RSE step sliders, winch and a pair of 0.5” rear coil spacers to level out the back. Pretty stoked with how it turned out. Can’t wait to run it...just hope this diesel will hold up.

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Install a winch and I bet you will be close to level.

Where did you get the vent vinyl! Looks great
 
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SO you did a 'resonator delete'? How does it sound?
Sure would like to find some space under there for about 10 more gallons of fuel...
Here is the final product with proper size piping. ZERO SOUND DIFFERENCE

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5 months of waiting and a week of driving before tearing it apart for this:
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Still needs the RSE step sliders, winch and a pair of 0.5” rear coil spacers to level out the back. Pretty stoked with how it turned out. Can’t wait to run it...just hope this diesel will hold up.

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I wouldn’t add the spacer... I prefer and slight raise for the front... or add a winch. Can’t stand when they are stink bug
 

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I wouldn’t add the spacer... I prefer and slight raise for the front... or add a winch. Can’t stand when they are stink bug
I don't like the rear higher either and the winch may drop it a bit but I have the spacer if necessary. Not to mentions, my coilovers are set with the minimal preload to keep the nose down. I'd like to add an inch or so more preload which will lift the front a bit.

Where did you get the vent vinyl! Looks great
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I do wish they had a bit more coverage down into the vent area but they work.
 

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Rockhard Aluminum front bumper with Smittybuilt

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I just installed the full width aluminum RH bumper. Love it! Winch went on too. However, I’ve noticed my fog lights are putting off less usable light now, I’m thinking due to being more recessed into the bumper. Have you noticed a dimmer drive at night now?

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How was wiring this in? Is there any sort of stock harness to tap into? Did you run it to one of the AUX buttons in the dash?
Just like JLURD said. The cables are the exact right length to route toward passenger fender, up behind fender liner into engine bay, along passenger side next to other wires, and positive directly attached to battery and I did negative to the frame nut next to where the AUX cable come out bc the negative on the actually battery is actually kinda wobbly from the factory. No need to use interior aux buttons for winch.
 

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I just installed the full width aluminum RH bumper. Love it! Winch went on too. However, I’ve noticed my fog lights are putting off less usable light now, I’m thinking due to being more recessed into the bumper. Have you noticed a dimmer drive at night now?

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I put the bumper on when the Jeep had about 12 miles on it so I did not compare them.
 

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