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    Jeep JL 2.0 etorque electrical system

    Looking for info on how one adds accessories to the 44 volt system. Is there a transformer so everything runs on 12? How does one hook up a winch? No one knows answer at dealer LOL
    Long arm/37"/beedlocks/Mas grande arb Dana 44 rear/grande 44 front/ superjoints/WJ knuckle conversion/harness/cage/seats/winch/5.13/armor/skids/
    Parts/hydro/5-1/takes a beating that's for sure but still needs more crap

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    Re: Jeep JL 2.0 etorque electrical system

    OK watched a video that explains it. It has a 48 and a 12 volt battery
    Long arm/37"/beedlocks/Mas grande arb Dana 44 rear/grande 44 front/ superjoints/WJ knuckle conversion/harness/cage/seats/winch/5.13/armor/skids/
    Parts/hydro/5-1/takes a beating that's for sure but still needs more crap

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    Re: Jeep JL 2.0 etorque electrical system

    and three cooling systems
    and a 48V power pack in one of the most vulnerable points on the jeep sitting next to a fuel tank.
    Mark c.

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    Re: Jeep JL 2.0 etorque electrical system

    Picked it up. We shall see. Like it better than my JK for sure but time will tell
    Long arm/37"/beedlocks/Mas grande arb Dana 44 rear/grande 44 front/ superjoints/WJ knuckle conversion/harness/cage/seats/winch/5.13/armor/skids/
    Parts/hydro/5-1/takes a beating that's for sure but still needs more crap

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    Re: Jeep JL 2.0 etorque electrical system

    It WILL burn rubber LOL
    Long arm/37"/beedlocks/Mas grande arb Dana 44 rear/grande 44 front/ superjoints/WJ knuckle conversion/harness/cage/seats/winch/5.13/armor/skids/
    Parts/hydro/5-1/takes a beating that's for sure but still needs more crap

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    Re: Jeep JL 2.0 etorque electrical system

    Quote Originally Posted by jeepdude775 View Post
    It WILL burn rubber LOL
    I will have to try that!

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    Re: Jeep JL 2.0 etorque electrical system

    I floored mine yesterday and thought the rear tire spun. It didn't seem realistic that a Jeep can burn rubber. So far, it is a very nice upgrade! Well thought out. Not sure I'm a fan of the new ladder suspension yet. Time will tell!

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