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Old 06-10-2013, 07:47 AM   #751
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So, I'm not asking this to start a flame war or anything, just an honest question. Why would you prefer a hard wired CB when you can just get a handheld one? I ask because I had me in my 95 YJ and that was a easy hookup for power, antenna and speaker. I am looking for a setup for the 10a, and figured a handheld could cut it, no?
NP Finn. Price was in the same ballpark. Don't have to sacrifice a power outlet for charging, don't have to worry about charging, and overall reach may (key word) be better. Truthfully, if these compact all-in-ones didn't exist, I probably would have gone handheld as I wouldn't have liked finding a home for the full size box.

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Still kind of waiting on a winch until I see what's going on with the plate situation.
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I ran into some trouble wiring up the roof lights - topic for another day. It works but I want to redo.

The big success of the morning is that I finally may have solved the resistance issues with Recon front turn signal by scrapping the resistor. If my darn passenger aide keeps giving me the no right turn signal error because it thinks there is no light bulb then I am just going to give it a light bulb - I tapped in an actual replacement light and here is how it looks behind the grill.

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Next steps are to paint the light black, tape it back and out of the way and then talk to somebody that understands electricity to make sure I am not harming anything with both lights.
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well ordered some sound system mods today after a lot of thinking. In all vehicles before i have always had amps and subs and would rattle the mirrors off and once the back windshield of my pick up. When getting this jeep was thinking go huge and super loud. well after some talking to ALL the audio shops in town, i decided that im not as young as i once was and maybe i didnt need to go so big. Hope i dont regret it later, but after almost be convinced to put a complete marine system in, i found a fellow jeeper who owns a small shop and he talked some since in to me. Also turned me on to a really cool sub replacement that fits where the factory sub is and has a cool storgae rack. ProBox Custom UTV tops and Vehicle-Specific Subwoofers and Enclosures the pro comp box. now i know its a single sub but has a high rms and the guy had installed five previously and was quite impressed with it. He is even gonna put the power outlet inside for me. I also ordered 4 6.5" alpine two ways, left the tweeters and threw in a couple of amps to power it all. guy actually gave me a great price and i ran home to check all the prices on line and he is more than fair. I hope it turns out great and is to be installed next week. will post pics when finished. I feel like this is the best route to go (or stealth box) if you need the space. I wanted to keep the back free for camping because sleeping in the back just saves space by not having to pack a tent, and is great if u need to take off in a hurry, or just really hungover and dont feel like breaking down the tent. the magnetic net windows are sweet and these plus last weekends camping trip made me want to keep the space. Anyone else do a similar set up? stealth box was about two hundred more and jl is great product, but the cool look of box and storage rack really sold me. Gonna powder coat the storage rack red to match!
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I just finished researching and thinking about this long and hard and ended up ordering the AEV carrier. I don't believe in hanging all the weight of the tailgate, wheel, over-sized tire, Hi-Lift jack, etc. off the right side quarter body panel like the Teraflex does. I plan on doing some serious off-road wheeling and I like the idea of that weight and those dynamic loads going straight to the frame.

To me, that is even worth losing the use of the right rear tow hook. The driver's side tow hook should be enough. For years I have been using a D shackle mounted in the tow hitch, which is even safer than the open design of the stock red tow hooks.

To me, the rear visibility issue is inconsequential. I haven't been able to see out the back window in my old rig for years, without any real concerns. The side mirrors work just fine on and off the highway and while parallel parking.

More importantly, i was wheeling two weeks ago with a guy who had just installed the new Teraflex tire carrier on his JKUR. The welds broke on the curved mount that holds the wheel studs to the tailgate, dropping his 35" wheel and tire. There are reports of the same thing happening on another forum. It could be user error in not snugging the wheel up against the mount correctly, and Teraflex is warrantying the part, but the risks of dropping a wheel on a following vehicle are too great for me. I am an engineer and a trial lawyer and I have decent instincts about this stuff.

Lastly, I have a concern about somebody rear-ending me and hitting the spare. With the Teraflex, those loads can only go straight into the tailgate sheet metal. With the AEV, there's a chance that some of the loads will be absorbed by the carrier's brace and support spindle. Knowing from experience how expensive body shop repair work is, i would rather take a chance on only having to repair or replace the AEV.

I am interested in others' views on these issues, and I will let you know if I have any others after the AEV is installed in a couple of weeks.
What model did you get exactly. I am putting on the Km2's in 35's and I want to make sure I know which aev tire carrier you got

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Here are some current and better pics. This is a 34" tire with the spare measuring at 33" mounted. This picture shows that the tire is nicely centered and sits very low provide optimal view from the driver's seat.

This photo shows the back of the top mounting studs are in the lowest position. This position is intended for stock sport tires with a stock bumper. But due to the design of the 10a bumper I am able to put 34" tires (33" mounted) in the lowest setting without contacting the bumper. 35" tires, which typically measure 34", could easily fit in the next higher spot. Notice Also the faint outline of a wheel spacer - this is required if using stock wheels due to back spacing. The spacer allows the tire to sit so that it does not contact the Hinged carrier or rear tailgate. Instead it sits independently on the adjustable tire carrier. The HD hinged and adjustable tire carrier can be purchased separately but both are required to realize the full benefits I am describing.

This photo shows that the tire sits very snugly to the back of the jeep - eliminating some of the empty space found with some other carriers.
JD, finally got my spacer in from TF. The good news is that my 34's will fit the bottom lugs! The bad news is the tire is contacting the tailgate too early. I have the adjustment out so far that the washers are overlapping between the bolts. Did you have the same issue? I forget your tire size other than being a bit smaller than my 305/70's.
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JD, finally got my spacer in from TF. The good news is that my 34's will fit the bottom lugs! The bad news is the tire is contacting the tailgate too early. I have the adjustment out so far that the washers are overlapping between the bolts. Did you have the same issue? I forget your tire size other than being a bit smaller than my 305/70's.
I can picture what you are talking about - I think you need to move one bolt behind the back bar of the adjustable tire carrier to provide enough space. My 34s are a little narrower (285/75s). Currently I have both bolts through the adjustable mount and my washers overlap very slightly with the spacer but good enough not to worry. Originally, however, they were too close before the spacer so I followed TFs recommendations (cant remember if it was in the online video or paper instructions) and threaded the back bolt behind the adj. tire carrier back bar rather than trying to put both bolts through - TF stated that only one bolt is needed through the adjustable carrier but the second bolt behind provides stability. Let me know if this doesn't make sense...
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I can picture what you are talking about - I think you need to move one bolt behind the back bar of the adjustable tire carrier to provide enough space. My 34s are a little narrower (285/75s). Currently I have both bolts through the adjustable mount and my washers overlap very slightly with the spacer but good enough not to worry. Originally, however, they were too close before the spacer so I followed TFs recommendations (cant remember if it was in the online video or paper instructions) and threaded the back bolt behind the adj. tire carrier back bar rather than trying to put both bolts through - TF stated that only one bolt is needed through the adjustable carrier but the second bolt behind provides stability. Let me know if this doesn't make sense...
Thanks, JD, that makes perfect sense. The bolts through both slots is basically a safety mechanism, so one should be fine. Do you recall reading the minimum amount of overlap between the two pieces of the mount?
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What model did you get exactly. I am putting on the Km2's in 35's and I want to make sure I know which aev tire carrier you got

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There's only one carrier made for "standard JKs" on the AEV website. I believe it is listed at $759.00 as a (bumper and carrier minus bumper) option. Do not get the tire carrier made specially for the Call of Duty or Moab modesl, as it will not work (and is more expensive). I ordered my carrier through a local approved AEV dealer. I'll either install it this weekend or next weekend, depending on whether it comes in by Friday. I'll report back if I have any issues, but several others on this thread have installed it successfully. Good luck!
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My 10A JKU... SkyJacker 2.5, Dick Cepek DC-2s, General Grabber Red 35s, BushWacker Bug Deflector, and Wetokole Seat covers plus Bushwacker Flat Fenders to come...
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Thanks, JD, that makes perfect sense. The bolts through both slots is basically a safety mechanism, so one should be fine. Do you recall reading the minimum amount of overlap between the two pieces of the mount?
I don't recall seeing anything - I would want as much overlap as possible without letting the tire contact the tailgate.
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Suprise straps! (I'm not sure if it's really a "mod", but I'm loving them)

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My 10A JKU... SkyJacker 2.5, Dick Cepek DC-2s, General Grabber Red 35s, BushWacker Bug Deflector, and Wetokole Seat covers plus Bushwacker Flat Fenders to come...
These tires suit the 10a due to the red accents.
Love what you have done so far
Those 17's?
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Finally have my 2 Tuffy boxes installed. One center console box insert with combo locks and second box the driver's side concealable drawer. So hood lock, door hinge locks, and Tuffy boxes complete. All dents removed out of her hood so my 10A is finally at her best to date!

I'm ready for doors and top off weather! Now if only the weather would cooperate.
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Finally have my 2 Tuffy boxes installed. One center console box insert with combo locks and second box the driver's side concealable drawer. So hood lock, door hinge locks, and Tuffy boxes complete. All dents removed out of her hood so my 10A is finally at her best to date!

I'm ready for doors and top off weather! Now if only the weather would cooperate.
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my 10a jku... Skyjacker 2.5, dick cepek dc-2s, general grabber red 35s, bushwacker bug deflector, and wetokole seat covers plus bushwacker flat fenders to come...
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Sorry for Bad pictures. The Tuffy fit and feel is excellent (no rattles at all). I really like the Tuffy combo locks! They are beyond convenient and solidly built! Nice to have "safe" storage areas. I was very self conscience when my top was off, helps a bit.

You do lose the small tray in the top of your console tried to show in pic. Now my sunglasses have to find a new home.
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These tires suit the 10a due to the red accents.
Love what you have done so far
Those 17's?
They're actually 18s... Couldn't be out done by my neighbor. I have been sweating his JK for 2 years and he has the same wheels. w 305-60r18 BFGs. But I seriously think the Jeep would do fine w stock wheels and 33-12.5r17s Gen Grabber Reds.... I may eventually go w that set up and a stock lift when and if I have a family someday to make it a bit more practical.
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Sorry for Bad pictures. The Tuffy fit and feel is excellent (no rattles at all). I really like the Tuffy combo locks! They are beyond convenient and solidly built! Nice to have "safe" storage areas. I was very self conscience when my top was off, helps a bit.

You do lose the small tray in the top of your console tried to show in pic. Now my sunglasses have to find a new home.
Looks good, I have the drawer in mine, did you put in the optional bolt in the back that required you to drill? I skipped it for now, had two XDs in mine for the move and had a barely noticeable rattle, without both of them there isn't any rattles though.
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FS, I put all the security bolts in, so it took a while, most of today. The drilling through the floor scared me but it turned out great! Curious how well the silicon will protect that bolt through the floor! :-)
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Sorry for Bad pictures. The Tuffy fit and feel is excellent (no rattles at all). I really like the Tuffy combo locks! They are beyond convenient and solidly built! Nice to have "safe" storage areas. I was very self conscience when my top was off, helps a bit.

You do lose the small tray in the top of your console tried to show in pic. Now my sunglasses have to find a new home.
Dude, are you filming the Blair Witch Project 5 or something?
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Lol, the storms in Maryland were rolling through at the time so I had her locked down in the garage and my Led flashlight was a bit too focused! :-). It's the black seats! :-) if the sun ever shines here I will try to get a few better ones, but they are a great fit, I did lose some space in the console though.
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Well, I pulled the trigger today on a 10A JKRU Black/Black, trading my 2011 COD. Want to upgrade the tires before I pick her up, keeping the stock rims for now. Wondering what size tire I can get too with stock set-up. Was thinking 285/75/17' but want to make sure before I order. Planning on KM2 but open to suggestions, not a big fan of the white letters, especially with black on black. Any feedback is greatly appreciated. Does have the 4:10.
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Well, I pulled the trigger today on a 10A JKRU Black/Black, trading my 2011 COD. Want to upgrade the tires before I pick her up, keeping the stock rims for now. Wondering what size tire I can get too with stock set-up. Was thinking 285/75/17' but want to make sure before I order. Planning on KM2 but open to suggestions, not a big fan of the white letters, especially with black on black. Any feedback is greatly appreciated. Does have the 4:10.
Factory tires have black letters on the inside no? If so I'd flip them to the black letter side and then wait for the right tire/lift combo if going that way.
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Quick question. Anyone know if the area around the hood latches is different from usual on the 10A. Wondering if the different hood shape affected that specific area.

Put on a set of the Rugged Ridge aluminum hood latches today & the don't seem to sit the way they appear to sit on other jeeps. From pictures it looks like the top part of the catch clears the indention around the top part of the base when it is latched. Mine on the other hand is entirely with in the indentation when latched....wouldn't be an issue expect this causes a small area of the latch to contact the hood.

Anyone else install this on a 10A yet? Followed instructions in the package and a guide on this site so pretty sure I did it correctly...they just don't seem to sit quite like the pictures I've seen.
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Well, I pulled the trigger today on a 10A JKRU Black/Black, trading my 2011 COD. Want to upgrade the tires before I pick her up, keeping the stock rims for now. Wondering what size tire I can get too with stock set-up. Was thinking 285/75/17' but want to make sure before I order. Planning on KM2 but open to suggestions, not a big fan of the white letters, especially with black on black. Any feedback is greatly appreciated. Does have the 4:10.
Here is mine with 285/75r17s on stock wheels in case you are looking for examples of that size on the 10a - I went with all terrains given my intended use as an expedition vehicle (Toyo open country AT IIs).

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Thanks jd, looks sweet. Did you notice any change in the ride or gas mileage with the switch., and does changing the tire size affect your speedo, looks like you have plenty of clearance, and I assume no rub. Love that Anvil, but missed the custom order window and black/black was my only option.
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Thanks jd, looks sweet. Did you notice any change in the ride or gas mileage with the switch., and does changing the tire size affect your speedo, looks like you have plenty of clearance, and I assume no rub. Love that Anvil, but missed the custom order window and black/black was my only option.
-Plenty of on road clearance though I will be adding a 2.5"lift
-No noticeable rubbing because this tire size is on the narrower side
-Positive street feel by switching from muds to all terrains
-Increased rolling resistance force = lower MPG (1-2)
-Decreased braking performance but you quickly adjust (may eventually upgrade the front brakes)
-These tires measure 33" mounted and would generate almost a 5 mile per speedo difference at freeway speeds so recalibration is recommended (AEV procal - $150)

Good tire comparison site: http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/tir...0r17-285-75r17


Nothing was a deal breaker for me and I would do it again just the same way, though when these tires go (65k warranty) I will probably be ok with ditching the stock wheels and going to 35x12.5s. But for now I want the stock wheels and am very happy with the 285/75s that fit them perfectly.
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Looks good, I have the drawer in mine, did you put in the optional bolt in the back that required you to drill? I skipped it for now, had two XDs in mine for the move and had a barely noticeable rattle, without both of them there isn't any rattles though.
Hey guys, I figured out a sweet little addition to the conceal drawer. I was at a store with kitchen stuff and happened to pick up one of those silicon baking pan liners. The cool thing is that it is a little tacky on both sides and heat resistant. It also molds to the shape of the drawer. A bit of trimming with a razor blade and now nothing slides or rattles, unless I get airborne of course!

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