2010 JEEP WRANGLER JK  - Rugged Ridge Off Road Jack Mounting Bracket - 11586.01 - 11586.01| 4WD.com

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2010 JEEP WRANGLER JK  - Rugged Ridge Off Road Jack Mounting Bracket - 11586.01 - 11586.01

Rugged Ridge Off Road Jack Mounting Bracket - 11586.01

Rugged Ridge | Part Number: RUG11586.01

Specifications

  • Jack Mounting Type: Bumper Jack Mount
  • Fitment: Universal Fit
  • In_Stock: In Stock
  • In_Stock: In Stock

    TECHNICAL DETAILS

  • 2 and 4-door models
  • Textured black
  • Compatible with stock and most aftermarket rear bumpers
  • Fast and easy bolt on installation
  • Fits most off-road style jacks including Hi-Lift

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

JK Off-Road Jack Mount allows you to carry your Off-Road jack on the outside of your vehicle saving precious cargo space. Fast and easy bolt on installation. Compatible with stock and most aftermarket rear bumpers (without tire carriers) as well as Rugged Ridge XHD rear bumper with or without tire carrier. Bracket is sturdy and secures the jack in two locations to eliminate any vibration noise during vehicle operation. Durable textured finish looks great. Fits most off-road style jacks including Hi-Lift.

Reviews

3.8
4.0
Solid hi lift jack mount

Great product that is solid and sturdy. However, the installation instructions were confusing and not accurate. Once I figured it out it works and looks great!


from Central PA |
4.0
Does not fit the Smittybilt jack

Bought this mount and the smittybilt jack to go with it. Unlike it says in the questions section. That jack will not fit in this mount. It has a huge base plate.


from Chicago IL |
4.0
Rugged Ridge Off Road Jack Mount

The mount is very easy to install and provides good security. Works well. The only major draw back it that the bottom mount screw tends to loosen up and the jack rattles quite a bit. Would add a lock nut and a nub on the bracket to keep the jack from moving foward and rattling out of the back clip. That would stop the noise. The other issue is that it should be moved about a 1/2" over to the right. If the rear glass is up and the gate is closed the jack hits the glass. Could cause an issue.


from Parker, CO |
3.0
Well made, but.....

First the template is off by a 1/2" from passenger side. Drill a small pilot hole will let you know where the bolt holes are. You will need 13 fingers to install all the parts, or use super glue to hold it together. Lastly does not fit wide base jacks, such as Smittybuilt jacks, the slot is only 4.5" wide.


from Palm Bay, Fla |
4.0
Not so Fast Installation but worth it

Its easy to install if you don't use your plastic hinge covers. Make sure you check the template first, holes don't match the bolt pattern. Use 3/4" to 1" drill for clearance. Once you get past that, its a breeze to install. Good solid mount that looks good.


from Sedona, AZ |
4.0
Hi Lift jack Mount

This is a tough well thought out product with a few minor exceptions. The drilling of the hinge plates is not explained but without drilling, the hinge plates cannot be re-installed. The actual metal does not fit within the hinge bracket as shown but necessitates the use of the spacers. The spacers, washers, plastic hinge plates, and mounting bracket must all go on at once, so if you have three hands, or a helper that listens, this can be accomplished quite easily. Once the bottom bracket is installed, leaving the bracket loose, you must loosen the top hinge bracket and thereby loosing alignment of the gate. At this point you are in trouble, so leave the gate closed! Align and tighten the top bolts while lifting up on the mount. This will ensure your gate alignment will be pretty darn close. Tighten the remaining bolts and install your jack and lock and your done. Nice and tidy.


from Surprise, AZ |

Question & Answers

6 Answered questions

where does the bracket mount? On the door I assume, but to what bolts. I have a 2008 4 door Wranger Sahara. No modifications with 32 inch spare tire.

Asked by Rhino from San Felipe, B.C. on

Rhino, the Rugged Ridge Off Road Jack Mounting Bracket mounts to the bumper and hinges. Here are the instructions that you can look at: http://www.4wd.com/aux_incl/pdf.ashx?pdf=OAI_11586.01_INS_1.pdf&line=RUG. Thanks for the question!

Answered by Sara H. Ext 4874 from San Felipe, B.C. on

What is the max tire size that can be put on the jeep without it getting in the way of the bracket.

Asked by manny from miami fla on

Manny, the Rugged Ridge Off Road Jack Mounting Bracket is compatible with up to a 35x1250 tire. I hope this helps!

Answered by Sara H. Ext 4874 from miami fla on

Would it fit on aev tire carrier?

Asked by dave from broomfield, co on

Hello Dave, With the rugged ridge jack mounting bracket it will fit the aev tire carrier. If you have anymore questions feel free to ask, Thank you.

Answered by [email protected] from broomfield, co on

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Manufacturer

Rugged Ridge was established in 2005 by the company Omix-ADA to focus on innovative aftermarket Jeep accessories. Many of Rugged Ridge's recent designs are so innovative they have been patented. This includes their floor liners, snorkel and XHD Modular Bumpers. Since 2005 Rugged Ridge has developed and manufactured over 3,000 kinds of Jeep related products. All Rugged Ridge Jeep accessories are trail rated. The Omix-ADA founder came from a family that owned a small Jeep dealership. It was the founder's dream from a young age to own a company that made accessories for Jeeps. The founder manifested the dream in 1992. Shop Rugged Ridge Now

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