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    Dana 35 AntRocker08's Avatar
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    Rear storage tub

    I have contemplated deleting my rear storage and jack tray and want to know, if I remove them will I have any structural issues. I donít use the storage compartment very much

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    Dana 35 2011jku's Avatar
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    Nope just cut it out and fill it in, question is why unless your adding a rear tank?
    2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2011jku View Post
    Nope just cut it out and fill it in, question is why unless your adding a rear tank?
    That is a good question,one would be rust in my jack storage from moisture and itís not really insulated and I feel the muffler could have been a lot higher without it, I donít really use my storage and it has collected water before when I had my hard top and is an eye sore when I remove all the carpet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRocker08 View Post
    That is a good question,one would be rust in my jack storage from moisture and itís not really insulated and I feel the muffler could have been a lot higher without it, I donít really use my storage and it has collected water before when I had my hard top and is an eye sore when I remove all the carpet.
    I did contemplate a rear tank

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