Question about 2005 Jeep Wrangler
There is four bolts on each side. Just look under the bad lad on the frame between the front tire and the rear. there will be two empty bolt holes toward the front tire, and two more toward the rear. Line it up and go at it. Aco hardware or even better the home depot will have these bolts if you dont. and if you ask them if you can run outside and check for a fit, some let you. its easier to do that at aco because the register is usually by a wondow overlooking the parking lot. If you go to the dealer for bolts, they will bone you with mopar parts that are exactly the same as the half of the price home depot bolts...and just as good.
if you cant tell, i've done this before.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
Are these factury or affter market, either way the factury onces fit better, I take it they are used, hence no instruction that comes in the package, best to get a copy from your Jeep dealer, they will help you,
just tell them they were a gift, no info with the box. GOOD LUCK, RDJRP
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