Looks great, and a great step by step video. Any reason for not going with the Power plant like your other 2 JKs?
Looks great! Can’t go wrong with an LoD bumper!
I love the PowerPlant but we've been running one on both our JK for a long time. On Moby, for over 10 years and that should speak volumes. We just wanted to try something new for the experience if nothing else and the Zeon is it. :yup:
Nope, definitely can't go wrong with an LoD.
Looks good. Great video. I'm still trying to decide on the LOD bumper or the EVO
Looks good on Jet Li! Can’t wait to see the rest of the build and what your JL will look like down the road.
Jet Li looks sexy with that setup.
Great video. Wondering about the the Zeon vs. the Zeon platinum. Is the plug in more reliable than the remote?
Yeah it is a tough decisionThat's a tough one as both are real nice.
More than likely, it'll change more than a few times in the years to come. At least, that's how it was with Moby
There would definitely be benefits to having a wireless remote but for me personally, I like to keep things as simple as possible. Less things to go wrong is always a good thing.
Another great video guys! I have been looking at that winch. Don’t get me wrong, I love my powerplant, but it does block a lot of air to the radiator. Looking to get your feedback. Keeping things simple is always the best approach and I can tell you that on my 8274 on “Papa Mo” it’s never let me down in 38 years with 3 winch controls broken and lost, we could use a dime to power in and out. Thanks again for all the great information:thumb:
Just watched the latest video of Jet Li's transformation. Wanted to thank you for all the videos, I am planning on doing many of the same things to my JLRU when it arrives. I may not use the same products for each upgrade, but your extremely well made videos and accompanying written instructions are a life saver. I have already learned many things about my new Jeep and I don't even have it yet. Keep up the good work, you are helping more people then you realize.:thumb:
While our original plan was to install a WARN Zeon 10s onto our factory front Rubicon Steel Bumper, we got talking to our friends over at LoD Offroad and decided to change our plans and test out one of their all new, JL Destroyer Shorty front bumpers. Fortunately, it comes with a built in winch plate, a winch protector hoop with auxiliary light mounting tabs and ports to allow for the mounting factory fog lights. In this episode of the JL JOURNAL, you'll get to see what it took to get both installed on JET Li, our Jeep JL Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited. We hope you enjoy.