Not that I am aware of..... ...only thing that comes to mind is....Also are there any points (elec,cases, ect..) that require to be sealed and greased to be more resistant to corrosion and water tight?
You're going to need a lot of wiring, the transfer case module, and hopes that you can flip enough bits in AlfaOBD to make it all work. I've done enough research to confidently say it's possible to swap the eLSD in the QT2 equipped WK2 but going from QT1 to QT2 will also require wiring inside, possibly the entire interior harness to be swapped out to get the terrain select knob to function. As I stated in my previous post you'd be better off finding a compatible manual shift transfer case if that even exists.So this might totally not be possible but if it is I'm all for it. Would it be possible to find a transfer case that is for QD put it on my jeep get the selector switches all harnessed up and put the air suspension on. Can it be don since all jeeps are basically made the same across the board with differences here and there?
This is the right answer. I have the same (Laredo E with the Trail Rated package) and it gets you pretty much everything but the Quadralift and the ELSD of the Trailhawk at a much lower price.Trade it for a wk2 with QTII ...I have a 2019 laredo with some rare cold weather pkg -that is trail rated ,QTII ,and way less than a ltd...FWIW
You bet I’m interested in them. Unfortunately myTrail Hawk didn’t come with sliders so I have been looking at them.I'm having a set of RRO sliders installed in a couple of weeks, if you're interested I'll provide a report after. They sent me an install PDF and looks looked they go on pretty easy.
I used the Mopar rock slider on my 2015 GGC Altitude part number 82212157. They are listed for the 2014 but fit my 2015. I also got lucky and found someone selling a set for 500.00 here on the forum in the classifieds. I installed them myself. Really like the look it gave my Jeep and VERY strong.I'm also looking for a good pair of rock sliders. Not really trying to spend $1k on a set. So if anyone knows of any forsale lmk
Take at look at theYou bet I’m interested in them. Unfortunately myTrail Hawk didn’t come with sliders so I have been looking at them.
Take a look at the "What did you do to your Jeep today" thread; I posted before and after pics with the RRO sliders installed. Very professional-looking in my opinion.You bet I’m interested in them. Unfortunately myTrail Hawk didn’t come with sliders so I have been looking at them.