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Old 06-08-2014, 09:38 PM   #1
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Copper Rubi build

I bought this Copperhead Pearl 2014 Unlimited Rubicon on May 23rd.

It is not my first Jeep but it is my first Wrangler.




Here's why I bought it:
  • I've been wanting a Wrangler since I was 15. One more item knocked off the bucket list.
  • My Z4 is not a very good winter car (duh!) and I can't keep relying on the wife's SUV.
  • I bought a country house in Vermont and need a country vehicle.
  • After being hit by two hurricanes (Irene and Sandy) and freak snow and ice storms in recent years, I want a good get-out-of-Dodge-no-matter-what vehicle for the next storm or zombie apocalypse.
  • I wanna go wheeling!

My offroading skills are basic and rusty (sold my GC Overland in 2006) and I'll be wheeling on class 4 roads in Vermont which while sometime challenging aren't really Moab or the Rubicon trail!

This thread will chronicle my built. It will be a slow build, I'll add things like a lift and armor as I need them. For now my skills will probably be limiting me more than the Jeep.

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Old 06-09-2014, 11:07 AM   #3
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The stock Jeep

These are the options I got:
  • Manual 6-speed transmission
  • Dual Top group
  • Connectivity Group with Bluetooth
  • Max Tow package
  • Supplemental Front Seat-Mounted Side Airbags
  • Air Conditioning with Automatic Temperature Control
  • Heated seats
  • Engine Block Heater

Didn't care for leather seats or Nav in a Wrangler nor for the Rubicon X bumper and hood, which is why I didn't get the X package.

The manual tranny? Well I learned to drive manual at the tender age of 11 on a farm tractor and love DIY shifting. Both the Jeep and my Z4 have manual gearshifts. If I were to rock crawl in Utah I'd get an automatic but since I'm not...
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Old 06-09-2014, 11:19 AM   #4
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Stage 1 - cosmetic and convenience stuff

Covered some of the basics in week 1:

Outside:
  • MOPAR Door guards
  • Rugged Ridge mesh grill insert
  • AntennaX Off-Road 13-inch antenna
  • Rampage locking gas door
  • Antitheft license plate screws, painted black
  • Started painting recovery points in red

Inside:
  • Smittybilt first aid bag
  • Smittybilt G.E.A.R. tailgate organizer
  • Installed the Jeep handles that came with it
  • Kobalt bit and socket set
  • Jumper cables
  • LED D-cell Maglite
  • Fire extinguisher & Smittybilt holder

Basic trail & recovery stuff:
  • Crown D-Ring shackle assembly for tow hitch
  • Recovery straps and shackles
  • ARB tire deflator
  • Quadratec folding shovel
  • Smittybilt trail axe








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Looking good!

My favorite color as well :-)
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I like the color, good luck with the build!
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Thanks guys. A winch and front skid plate should be going on next weekend!
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Stringing Christmas lights?
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Thought about it, but decided on something more traditional...

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Stage 1 - Recovery

Added the basic recovery stuff:
  • VDP stubby bumper ends
  • RockHard winch plate
  • Superwinch TigerShark 9500
  • Skid Row front skid plate
  • Quadratec Offroad Recovery Kit
  • Finished painting all my towhooks and shackles red

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Looks good! Like that skid plate!
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Build looks good....keep up good work
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Stage 1 - Sway bar disco skid plate

The Skid Row Offroad front air dam/skid plate I had installed looks good but does not extend to the sway bar disconnect motor ($1,600 to replace if broken!)

I ordered the sway bar skid plate from the same company.

Two unexpected things happened.

First, the two skid plates may be from the same company but they are not designed to be used together even though their functions are complementary!
You can see here that both plates are designed to be bolted to the crash bar but that the sway bar skid plate extends beyond that same crash bar preventing them to both be bolted there:



I ended up securing the front skid plate only at the bumper, with some small screws between the two plates to keep it from vibrating. The bottom skid plate is the beefier and most critical one anyway. It actually looks good from the front.



Second, I discovered that the rear brackets holding the sway bar skidplate were built the wrong way.
On this picture you can see a "lip" extending to the rear (left on the picture) when it's supposed to be on the other side:



Compare this to their own website's pic:



This manufacturing defect caused one of those lips to come dangerously close to the pitman arm when the steering wheel was about center. In fact the rubber bushing was rubbing lightly against the bracket. Potential for my steering to freeze on me!

I'm going to call them on Monday, but couldn't wait for a resolution as I'm leaving for Vermont for the summer next weekend and want to go wheeling.
I ended up trimming the offending lip off the bracket:



and now I have 3/4" of clearance between the pitman arm and the bracket at their closest point:



Problem solved for now. What should have been a 1/2 hour install took a couple of evenings.

In retrospect I may have been better off going with the Mopar skid plate for about the same overall price. Though the plate itself is very sturdy (3/16") and I'm glad I was able to make it work.
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Stage 1 - Engine & transmission skid plate

My next install this week was the Rock Hard engine oil pan and transmission skid plate.

This was supposed to be a straightforward installation but again two unforeseen delays:
  • There were not instructions in the package I received from Quadratec!
  • The OEM transfer case skid plate has "lips" extending around its front bolts that interfere with the large, tapered washer used by the Rock Hard kit (they share two bolts when installed)

The instructions part was resolved by finding a very nice DIY video on YouTube. Gotta love the Intrawebs.
The OEM skidplate part was resolved by trimming off those little lips to make the skid plate flat:



The rest of the installation is as easy as juggling a 53 Lbs chunk of metal while squeezed between a concrete slab and a two ton Jeep can be.
The result looks great, leaves plenty of clearance for the suspension and provides great protection. The scratches are from installation, there will be more from rock pretty soon I'm sure!



You can see here how some bolts are shared with the factory transfer case plate:



Overall a very nice product. Not sure what happened to those instructions.
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Good stuff! I love these build threads and wish I started one myself. Your Jeep looks really good.

Hey did you notice any reception loss in either AM or FM after installing the AntennaX?
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Good stuff! I love these build threads and wish I started one myself. Your Jeep looks really good.

Hey did you notice any reception loss in either AM or FM after installing the AntennaX?
Thanks!

I listen mostly to XM and my iPhone, occasionally FM and never AM.

FM seems to work fine. Didn't even try AM.
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Stage 1 - Evap canister skid plate

I completed the skid plate upgrade by replacing the flimsy evaporative canister shroud with a Poison Spyder skid plate.

The installation is straightforward enough (the removal instructions are for older Jeep models but it's not rocket science to figure it out). The skid is top quality (massive, well built and showing nice welds) but the supplied bolts are crap. A quick run to Home Depot and 1 hour and $1 in bolts later the job is done.



That should do it for armor for now. The OEM rubi rock rails, transfer case skid plate and fuel tank plate should more than match what I'll throw at them. If they don't, I'll upgrade as I see fit!

I did lose about 1/2 in front after adding 200 Lbs of steel plates and winch. A 1" Teraflex or OME front spring spacer will be my next mod...
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Love the KOBALT set and build, which set is that?
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Kobalt 63 Piece Interchangable Ratchet Driver Set

$60 bucks at Lowe's. It has the Torx bits and fits perfectly in the cubby under the carpet.

I may get a few larger metric sockets to upgrade it.
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Stage 1 - more skid plates

Rock Hard 4x4 transfer case skid plate:




Rock Hard 4x4 fuel tank skid plate:




More installation details here: Installing Rock Hard 4x4 skid plates
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Nothing like going out with protection!
Great work, and nice choice of mods.
Have to agree with the others on your choice of color too.
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I love seeing a build were someone actually gets the important things first.
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Stage 1 - Body armor

After bashing in one of my rear corners on the trail, I splurged on AEV rear corner guards.

Installation is a little bit of a pain but it's worth it. About 4 x thicker metal in the corners, and they look pretty good IMO.




The only drawback is that my lockable gas door doesn't fit anymore, but I have some ideas to make it work.
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Stage 1 - Suspension

I had lost close to 1/2" to the winch and the skid plates, so today I installed Teraflex 1" spacers in front. It also corrected the rake somewhat:



It took it wheeling to celebrate - it's a lot dirtier now than the picture above! I could definitely feel the extra 1" of clearance up front.

It turned out to be as easy as they say, and took about 1.5 hours taking my time. This made me confident I can install my own lift next winter.
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Love the color, wish they offered it in 2015. Question for you... You did a lot of work and put on a lot of skid plates. Why not just add a lift to gain some additional ground clearance?
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Love the color, wish they offered it in 2015. Question for you... You did a lot of work and put on a lot of skid plates. Why not just add a lift to gain some additional ground clearance?
I didn't want to just throw a random lift at it. I decided to wheel it with the stock suspension the first year- the Rubi is very capable as-is.

As I gained experience I started to learn its limitations - and mine. Obstacles where I hit and wished I had a lift the first time, I can now take without problem as I learn to take better lines.

This gave me enough experience to decide which lift and tires I want to go with before next summer.
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Cool, makes sense.

If you are looking for a lift, I went with the AEV 3.5 on 35"s. I know there a ton of choices. I am very happy with the choice. 99% of the time i am on the road, so I was looking for road manners. As for off road capabilities, I had it on some pretty technical trails in NJ, we got access to a state par for a trail clean up. I performed flawlessly. no clerance issues at all.

Question, I just ordered a 15 Rubicon, I was on the fence as apposed to a non-rubi. will I be happy I went with the Rubicon?
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Cool, makes sense.

If you are looking for a lift, I went with the AEV 3.5 on 35"s. I know there a ton of choices. I am very happy with the choice. 99% of the time i am on the road, so I was looking for road manners. As for off road capabilities, I had it on some pretty technical trails in NJ, we got access to a state par for a trail clean up. I performed flawlessly. no clerance issues at all.

Question, I just ordered a 15 Rubicon, I was on the fence as apposed to a non-rubi. will I be happy I went with the Rubicon?
I think you'll love the Rubicon. The tires are pretty good on road and unbelievable on the trail - but I guess you'll reuse your 35's. The 4:1 transfer case and 4.1 gears make it great offroad. In 4Lo first gear it's like a tractor. You catch yourself look at a tree and thinking "I could climb that!" I've only used the lockers twice so far and most folks will never use them but they're a nice insurance policy.

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