Nothing too fancy and still a work in progress. Ripped out the second iteration of my Jeep storage in favor of dual slides. Set up works well for me and I’m really liking the @frontrunner shelf.
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Update- turns out the wire I tapped into is one that only goes “hot” when the brakes are applied. There is a small “plunger” switch on the back of the wiring harness that when depressed cuts the power. When released, it allows for constant power to the harness and hence the wire. When the...
I’ve wired in a REDARC Tow-Pro Elite trailer brake Controller into my 2014 Jeep JKU with the max tow package.
Lights work. Bake lights illuminate. Turn signals work. I assume all of these are working due to the stock four pin connection into the seven pin harness.
The blue light on the...
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Wide mouth J-profile offers easier loading and unloading
Stable, space-saving design thanks to the angled shape of the kayak rack
Thick, all-weather pads provide maximum kayak protection
Durable, rust-resistant coating and hardware for longer product life
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Another fan of the ST MAXX. Just ordered my second set. Jeep is a daily driver. Have done significant snow in VT and challenging routes at VOR also in VT. Soft sand on Nantucket. Live in KY and we get our share of heavy rains. They perform beautifully in all these conditions.
Rear support legs in the stowed position. Had them welded on.
Rear supports deployed.
Tongue jack deployed. Trailer rolls like a dream.
Tongue jack can be stowed in this position, and I'll likely remove and keep tucked inside the trailer.
New tires. Cooper ST Max 225/75/16. Same tire...
Thanks. I'm at 9/32 all around. The spare is better even though it was supposed to be rotated in each time. Must not have happened each time. I know it was done most of the time. I'll run them until next spring, only rotating the current four on the ground, and then get 4 new and keep the best...
Down to what tread depth would you go on the ST MAXX tires for off road driving? Yes , I realize that's tough to answer. Weather conditions, trail difficulty. Type of vehicle (Jeep JKU - quite heavy). Etc. not a rock crawler- obviously. Mostly "easy" trails on the easy-medium-hard spectrum...