JK Wrangler ('12 - '18) sPod Mount & Vacuum Pump Relocation Kit
The "sPod" Mount & Vacuum Pump Relocation for the 2012 and later model JK Jeep Wranglers, moves the vacuum pump (located by your front frame rail) up into the engine compartment and provides a mount for the popular sPod wiring system.Features Include:
- Fits 2012 - 2018 JK Wranglers
- Relocates Vacuum Pump
- Provides Mounting for sPod Wiring System
- 1/8" Cad Formed & Laser Cut Bracket
- Signature Gold Zinc Finish
- MetalCloak "M" Branding
- Fitment Into Factory Mount Locations
- All Needed Hardware
- Made in the USA
With the ever-growing popularity of the sPod, our original Vacuum Pump Relocation Bracket could interfere with the sPod mount, so we solved the problem by combining the two!
Finished in our signature gold zinc, the bracket will add long lasting custom looks showing a MetalCloak "M" cut-out to let other Jeepers know you support USA made products.
Note: According to "sources" the reason Jeep moved the canister from the engine compartment down to the frame rails is that it makes a slight pumping sound and they wanted that sound as far away from the driver as possible. Moving the canister does not compromise any of your Jeep's systems.
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JK Wrangler Vacuum Pump Relocation Kit
The 2012 and later model JK's have a vacuum canister located off the inside of the front frame rails.
This canister is located right where most bumpers put the winch on a JK.
This simple and effective relocation bracket moves the canister up to the engine compartment providing the needed space and then adds extra value by creating the perfect spot to mount an "SPOD" source unit in your JK.
What's In The Kit?
- sPod/Vacuum Pump Bracket
- All Required Hardware
|2012 - 2018 JK Wrangler
|1/8" Cold Rolled Steel
Relocation: According to "sources" the reason Jeep moved the canister from the engine compartment down to the frame rails is that it makes a slight pumping sound and they wanted that sound as far away from the driver as possible. Moving the canister does not compromise any of your Jeep's systems.
|Time to Install
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