Please, please, please don't ever put them on your Jeep.
I bought an 02 TJ with Euros already on. Shortly thereafter, I started having intermittent tail light/turn signal issues. Couldn't figure out why. (took about 3 hours to figure out the tails ground thru the tail assembly mount screws. Shoulda checked here first
So I removed the euros to get at the harnesses to track the ground wires (not knowing about the mount screwground.) Also, since the euros are made of cheap steel, they were bubbling and corroding, so I wanted to take them off to strip/paint them anyway...and holy hell. what a mess.
First, the idiot who installed them used fine threaded bolts made of untreated metal. This wouldn't be a big deal, except the corrosion of the cheap ass steel from the euros transferred to the sheet metal...which had started to rust. So, when I took them out the bolts stripped the hole. Not only that, but the sheet metal all around is bubbling and needs replaced. So now I'm shelling out hundreds (if I'm lucky) to have the sheet metal cut out, replaced, painted, yadda yadda. Just to drive it in the meantime, I bolted the rear tail assembly upside down through the rear plate screw hole. It was the only place I could get a decent ground. Good times.
btw, the previous owner also used some kind of adhesive foam "protective" barrier b/t the back of the euro and the body. All it did was trap moisture and make it worse.
^%&^%#&^% EUROS!!!! If you love your TJ, and don't want to screw any possible future owners, please don't install them. Not only that, but they are on the top ten list of lame jeep add ons.
now I'm done venting.