Very nice! Great electrical hide! Did you retain any access to the under for storage and any plan to extend over the folded seat?Thank you for the inspiration! Here’s my take on a flat JKU. Except I put a 100ah battery, charger and fuse block in mine. Along with tool, table and chair storage. You never know when you might need to tailgate!
Now to paint it
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Beautiful. Love the LifePO battery setup. How on earth did you route those cables to the engine? Did you use an isolator or an ACR?Thank you for the inspiration! Here’s my take on a flat JKU. Except I put a 100ah battery, charger and fuse block in mine. Along with tool, table and chair storage. You never know when you might need to tailgate!
What is that dome lite you have on your hatch glass?Well guys, inspired by your ideas and some others I cribbed a bit here and there and came up with this. Since I suck at making recessed doors I bought three marine hatches. All of my recovery Gear will be below the floor, out of the way and out of sight. I retained access to the factory storage area.
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Just a simple and cheap red/white light. I think I actually borrowed the idea from someone here. It’s mounted to the wiper motor cover and I ran a lead to a constant power wire by the tail light. Let me find you a link.What is that dome lite you have on your hatch glass?
Crap, I love how you hid your electrical down under, guess it's time to rebuild my kitchen for the 3rd time LOLI did not maintain any storage under the bottom sheet of plywood. Mostly because I don’t have any storage under there. I have the factory sub in the floor.
I do plan to build something to go over the seat. The main reason I changed up the design was so I could sleep in the Jeep.
The cables are routed though the firewall on the upper passenger side. They go directly from the battery to a 40amp breaker and then directly into the DC to DC charger. The LiFePO4 house battery is completely isolated from the Jeep’s electrical.
I will post a full write up once it’s completed. I have a few more circuits to wire up, along with a switch plate for the tailgate.
I’m at about 1.5” Above the steel floor. That height allows for nearly square sides except where I trimmed around the existing plastic corner panels, which I retained. Had I removed them my floor plate would have been rectangular,How much of a spacer (if any) are you guys putting under the floor to make it sit level? It would appear that the back would be a tad lower than the front