Page 7 of 7 FirstFirst ... 567
Results 61 to 62 of 62

Thread: BlackKnight's Commando Build

  1. #61
    Knows a Thing or Two BlackKnight's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2012
    Location
    B-Strong... MA
    Posts
    939
    Some updates, as the snow melts...

    Setup some MOLLE panels for the back of my seats for when I'm heading out Off road...



    And I also did a Drake Fire Extinguisher install...

    Alone (with seat in my normal position)

    Pulling the pin...

    Sitting Normally, one foot on floor, one on Gas

    Without Extinguisher (please don't mind the dirt, still the winter crud in it..)

    With Extinguisher same angle as above

    Seat all the way back, one foot on brake in normal position (Plenty of room)


    Getting in and out will take about two times to get used to it. Making sure to step into the tray, rather than sliding the foot in prevents kicking it. It does not pop up that much, and when behind the wheel, don't even notice it...


    One Note, It took an 18" breaker bar to get the bolts out, Lefty Loose Righty Tightly is the rule (though I was going the wrong way initially), I thought I was going to snap them off trying to get them out.
    --
    BlackKnight -- Commando Green JKU Sport
    Mods:
    Installed: EVO Pro Series Front Bump,
    EVO rear bumper facia and "D" rings, Tow Package, SuperWinch
    Plastidip Grill/Rims,Custom Grill Inserts, Powerstop Drilled and slotted Brakes F/R, Painted Interior Accents
    In progress:

    Upcoming Mods: EVO Boatside sliders


  2. #62
    Old Timer fiend's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2017
    Location
    SoCal
    Posts
    3,873
    I have the same drake fire extinguisher mount but put it on the passenger side. I knew it would drive me crazy on the driver side. Takes up too much room IMO.

Page 7 of 7 FirstFirst ... 567

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  
About us
“wayoflife” is a moniker that I’ve been using for 20 years now and I chose it because I think it does a great job of explaining, in simple terms, the passion I have for Jeeps and the Jeep way of life. This is a lifestyle that transcends age, gender and race as the only thing you need to be a part of it is a love for the outdoors, a desire to explore, a yearning to take on a challenge and a will to conquer it. Over the years, Cindy and I have attempted to capture the essence of this lifestyle through photographs and videos and share it with others around the world. And, this is how WAYALIFE was born.
Join us
WATCH OUR VIDEOS