Any more details? I think this looks great and would like to copy it when I get a new rear bumper.I made a rear license plate bracket that bolts on to the spare tire relocation mount. I like the look a lot more then having it in the spare tire. I got the idea from one of the members here. He bolted the license plate light to the tailgate. I just took it one step further and figured out a way to do it without making any permanent mods on the jeep.
looks great. i like the fact thats theres no holes to drill into the body. was the install pretty easy and straight forward.I added finished the install of the Rugged Ridge Snorkel. I put the tall snorkel on for the day, but will most likely just run it in the low mount installed for normal driving and put the tall mount on for extended trips.
I painted the intake mesh for the upper and lower intakes red. I just though it needed all the black to be broke up some. I also ran the air box drain to the the front bumper with a valve so it would be convenient if I needed to drain the air box.
I think this may improve my mileage. This really opened up the amount of air that get pushed to the air box. The stock air intake tube is maybe an inch to an inch and a half in diameter. It is maybe a quarter of the size of the intake tube for the snorkel.
Antares Deep Diggers M/T 285/70r17looks good. info. please.
I was thinking the same thing but with four lights leaving the center for the bolt lock. Is it possible you have four lights that you could show a picture like that?I got my Raptor-esque lights mounted in the grill. They’re the same lights as my turn signals, I shaved them down so they press into the grill. For now I just have them wired up to the marker lights. The first two pics are of the three lights and then with the hazards flashing. The rest are other designs that I played around with for a few minutes.