I have an ACE bumper and had to relocate mine too. Remove canister, cut off the 2 studs flush to the bracket, drill out the remaining part of the stud. Now remount the canister under the bracket with #6 bolts and you are done.
I think I have to move it out of that area completely. The bumper u got is a hybrid bumper so it's mostly winch. I guess I'll bolt in a bar I between the bottom of the frame rails, then the winch sits right inbetween, bumper is stamped steel and covers everything.
Is there a reason they put the brake pump under the bumper, seems to me if you smash your bumper and that can and your still moving, you won't have brake pressure. Was wondering if it's a safety thing or just faulty engineering.
It's not under the bumper but more in the middle of it. It is just placed horizontal as opposed to vertical from factory. They make it easy at the bracket bolts on after cutting the top off the original and you don't have to disconnect the pump to move it.
I remember being able to get a Chrysler retrofit kit for my old YJ way back when, and have seen some Chrysler 'kits' that go up to about 2010 or 2012, but nothing later. Anyone have an answer ???
Thanx in advance.
1st post here but have read a lot of threads. Jeep is a 2012 Wrangler Sahara. It's a Canadian model but that shouldn't change things. The left dash gage with the MPG, caution advisories, temperature, etc. is intermittent. It may or may not come on when starting and randomly will come on showing...
Hello, I hope you're all being safe and staying healthy out there.
Will confess that when it comes to automotive maintenance, I'm basically a 2nd grader. No instinct, tools, knowledge or courage.
That being said, I have a new soft top coming in form my 2013 Wrangler Sport (2 door). However...
Front seems to be very well documented
But how do we measure the rear using the same concept ?
I've never checked my lift height, specially the rear height, because i never took measurements stock to compare, so i always say 2" lift in general :)
Thanks a lot.
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