I own an '18 ext cab diesel ZR2. Had for around four months. I average 22 city, 25 highway with my half rack and rtt. No problems so far. Handles great, and has all the big dollar options I wanted for a competent 4x4.
That is an interesting approach. Funny enough, I was hooking up my cb power to the interior fuse box. I noticed my truck has a constant 12v prong available in the box near the acc fuses. I ended up using a a female spade to power the radio.
I grounded mine the frame. There were two grounds at the rear, on the frame. The grounds appeared to come from multiple electronics at the rear of the truck. I checked continuity and it was good. On assumed these were acceptable ground points as other electrical connections were grounded to...
I have a dual battery setup in my ZR2. Blue Sea ACR manages the work. Starter in my diesel is 95ah and I have a 68ah Odyssey.
In my old rig (Jeep ZJ), I had all accessories wired to the house. Radios, lights, USB chargers, fridge, etc. In this new setup, I am beginning to rethink this approach...
I am having a bed rack fab'd up to mount my RTT on my ZR2. The truck has rear-view camera in the tailgate and I want to avoid obscuring the view with a swing out. So I was thinking of incorporating a tire mount into my bed rack design.
Thoughts on this?
Where would you place the tire? I figure...
Just bought a ZR2. 1998 5.2L ZJ up for sale.
5.2L w/ 128k
Flow cooler water pump
New fan clutch
5.9L hood vents
Full 3.5" Iron Rock lift w/ Bilsteins
New front axles/seals
ARB front air locker
Limited slip in D44a rear
Custom rear drawers
Dual battery setup w/...