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Removing center console...

Howdy!!! I want to remove the center console on my 2010 Unlimited and install a free standing, vertical,
long gun rack. Just exactly, what's underneath the console? Wiring? Electronic sensors? Crooked politicians? The later are already far too plentiful!!!

Gig 'em Aggies!!! WHOOP!!!

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Howdy!!! I want to remove the center console on my 2010 Unlimited and install a free standing, vertical,
long gun rack. Just exactly, what's underneath the console? Wiring? Electronic sensors? Crooked politicians? The later are already far too plentiful!!!

Gig 'em Aggies!!! WHOOP!!!
there is some electronics under there for the ESP


here is write up on how easy it comes out
https://www.jkowners.com/forum/showthread.php?t=11960


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Well, I was actually planning on putting the gun rack where the storage box is between the front seats. From the photo above, I just may have enough room by placing the rack a bit into the rear passenger flooring after removing the box. Thanks for the pic tkob1060!!!

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Well, I was actually planning on putting the gun rack where the storage box is between the front seats. From the photo above, I just may have enough room by placing the rack a bit into the rear passenger flooring after removing the box. Thanks for the pic tkob1060!!!
Truly wanna see some pictures of that when you're done.

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^^ Agreed, sounds like a fun project. Keep us updated!

Good luck!

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^^ Agreed, sounds like a fun project. Keep us updated!

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Shall do skummdog!!!!
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Thanks for the photo

Had the jeep detailed and the shifter dust cover got pushed in. Very sad...noisey....ugly. Not the detailer's fault.....the part is flimsy. Thanks to your photo I removed the front fastener on the passenger side and was able to push my hand up and in and pop the cover back into place!!! Thanks Man You Rock!!!

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there is some electronics under there for the ESP


here is write up on how easy it comes out
https://www.jkowners.com/forum/showthread.php?t=11960
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