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post #1 of 9 Old 05-20-2014, 12:59 PM Thread Starter
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Any reason this won't work on 2014 JK?

http://www.extremeterrain.com/barric...k-j100163.html

it is listed as 2007-2009. Wonder why there isn't a version for newer ones...


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post #2 of 9 Old 05-20-2014, 01:05 PM
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Should be fine. I looked at the vacuum pump location and cannot see a problem. Give them a call to double check though. They might have a newer version.

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Prop has something to do with 3.8 vs 3.6 hopefully ryan from xt will chime in

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Prop has something to do with 3.8 vs 3.6 hopefully ryan from xt will chime in
They used the 3.8 til 2011 so unsure why 10-11 wouldn't be included if that was the reason

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So this has no bumper? Just a skid?

The only issue would be if it clears the VP but if not, it is VERY easy to relocate.

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post #6 of 9 Old 05-20-2014, 01:41 PM
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i noticed it says "protects the engine" ah how? Engine is behind the axle. What it does do is help if you back off a steep wall and come down on the front bumper, gives a bit to run on to when you forgot about that rock in the front. But most times you will bend the tie rod bar anyway. if the rock is that big and not on a tire. This and a GOOD motor trans skid is one thing you really need, more so the motor.trans skid, ESPECIALLY for the auto.

I about crushed mine yesterday if not for the motor/trans skid it would have been a real bad day. Had to remove the skid and a BFH to get the kink out of it. as it was pushed up into the y pipe. Winch time. A friend thought maybe a few rocks would help, no.

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Now I get it
- the rocks on the right rear are to cross balance and get more traction on the left front...

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I don't know that specific application, but on my Rugged Ridge XHD bumper, it came with some adapter brackets for newer jeeps (as opposed to my 2007) - something up there is in a difference place, I just don't remember offhand what it was.

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post #9 of 9 Old 05-23-2014, 01:22 PM
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I'm planning on buying this for my 2013 JKU to use with my Warn Elite front bumper. I figure I might have to modify it a bit but I think it will work. I would love to hear from the folks at Extreme.

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