They need to make a Long Ranger for the 2 door JK's...ive also been working on my own water system...first it was going to replace the soundbar up top but that would have been too top heavy. Now I am looking at redirecting my exhaust to make room for a water tank in the rear right behind the bumper. Was thinking access would be made to it by cutting out the storage "pit" in the back.
Because the pit itself will only fit maybe...2 gallons? Just an estimate off the top of my head. I want bit more than that. I want to be able to have at least 10 gallons available for camping trips and long rides at all times. The only problem with that is 10 gallons = 80 lbs and whether or not that much weight in the back will be an issue. Also gotta worry about the weight of the container. Im thinking stainless steel. Plastic would break too easy and become even more fragile over time. Stainless lasts a lifetime. Even if I got about 6 gallons I would be happy. Basically I want the equivalent of 1-2 Gerry cans of water.
We have one bladder that normally lives in the hole in the back, for longer camping trips we lay it across the whole width of the vehicle behind the front seats - it's tough enough to stand on and holds 90 liters of water if it is completely full and folds up into a small package when empty.
Hey Guys---New Jeep owner, and I don't know a whole lot, and I am not a car guy. Bought a used 2014 Rubicon--I have attached 2 pics of unknown parts that I don't know what they are.
1st pic--gold connector under driver dash
2nd pic front bumper-some kind of connecter with a cap and also a...
Good afternoon all, new member here! I just purchased a 2017 Wrangler unlimited for my daughter. I want to upgrade the stereo in it for her and I have a few questions.
1.Will the touch screen Jeep stereo fit in the place of the stock CD player stereo?
2. Is the rear wired already for the sub...
I have a 2013 Jeep Wrangler and the jeep is throwing a P0480 Fan 1 Control Circuit so I went to the auto parts store today and ordered on, my question is>>>>>Where is this control circuit located at on the jeep...thanks in advance for your replies
Some I’ve had this slow oil leak. At first I though it was the oil cooler. Nope. The sensor pictured with the red clip is the coolant temp sensor. Oil leak appears to be coming from the area directly above; possibly the black piece above. Any insight would be appreciated.
Sent from my iPhone...
So, this is the 3rd O2 replaced and I checked the wiring to make sure that wasn't it. Then, guy at parts store says "it's a Jeep thing"...they have an issue with it.
Is this true ?
8 months to a year is all I get....SUCKS.
A forum community dedicated to Jeep Wrangler JK owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about performance, modifications, classifieds, reviews, engine swaps, troubleshooting, suspension, and more!