What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

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Added Rancho front diff skid.
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That’s quite an impressive shot.
Wow thanks!! I was sitting on the ground after we installed them and the sky was beautiful here in Vegas so I took a shot and it came out like this! Appreciate the compliment!!
 

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Hey there HBC I am in the same dilemma. Did you ever choose between one?
I'm still on the fence between the Motobilt Crusher and Cavfab Ultra High Clearance bumpers. It's the minimized profile directly behind the tires that interests me. Theres just enough to protect the body, without negatively affecting departure angle. I am starting to lean more towards the Cavfab, but haven't hit the grass yet. Lol

Cavfab pluses over Motobilt:
- It looks cleaner, not having all those cutouts.
- It has optional backup sensor holes (but fellow member Crusifix just installed a Crusher that has them)
- It doesn't protrude as far back and away from the body, which helps departure

Motobilt pluses over Cavfab:
- Optional 3x3 cube light mounting points
- Again, optuonal sensor holes?
- May or may not wrap further around the corner of the body. Hard to tell because it's design protrudes further behind the tailgate. It does have squared off ends, rather than angle cut, so it adds a bit more corner protection against hits from below.
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Mounted a smaller emergency shovel. I had a small square Stanley there but it was kinda big for the space.

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Could you please post thevendor/Brand and price of that shovel and mount? Very nice!! THanks!
 

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warn winch plate, recovery mounts and hook stay
smittybilt X20 10k winch
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fox 2.0 ATS stabilizer

took WAY longer than i thought it would, including the time i had to do things twice because i dont read directions there's about 10 hours put into it all. i still need to wire in the warn power interrupt kit so the winch isn't always hot. plus a trip to ace had to be made because they give you the shortest fairlead bolts possible.

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Could you please post thevendor/Brand and price of that shovel and mount? Very nice!! THanks!
Yeah, it’s a cold steel 92sf shovel (sub $30 on Amazon) and the mount is the End of Road quick fist clamp ($10 on Amazon). The clamps are screwed into existing holes in the sports bar.
 

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installed my sPOD Bantamx Touchscreen and the ARB Solis Intensity lights. Next weekend the KC chase bar goes on the rack in the back. Got black and amber covers coming for the Intensities.
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Changed the MC 2.5 for the 3.5 springs today. Using my buddy's lift was much easier than doing it in my garage! Also, If anyone is interested in the 2.5 inch MC springs I took off let me know I will be selling them.

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