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Thread: smittybilt G.E.A.R installation.

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    smittybilt G.E.A.R installation.

    got some G.E.A.R today...


    it was pretty straight forward for installation. had to pop the plastic off across the front, and drill out the rivetted hoop and reinstall their bracket.

    wrapped the centre peice and there is a bunch of velcro straps that hold it good and tight. im not too keen on the gear clamps that hold it to the roll bar so i will be bolting it once i get it to work.
    i know its a terrible pic but you get the idea.

    i also got the kit for adding storage to the tail gate.


    i saved room at the front of the overhead storage for mounting the cb.

    not a really high tech write up. they are simple, and its now nice to have a spot for the sunglasses and whatnot...lol. thanks for reading.

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    Nice looks good! I put the GEAR Seat cover on the Driver Seat. I wasn't super impressed by the fit at first, but after a good 15 minutes of adjusting the straps and playing with the compartments it turned out awesome! Gray/Black interior with the Black Gear cover matched well, and added a bit of protection to the base of the seat too.

    Highly recommend adding a seat cover to your setup. Look forward to seeing the long term review of the overhead console, considered that when I ordered the seat cover.

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    Killbilly what year is your JK? Interested in the Overhead G.E.A.R, however, not sure if it will work with a 2011. Hardtop makes use of the Footman Loop, therefore I don't think the bracket would work. Looks good, liking the extra storage potential.

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    its a 2007

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