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JL Audio SBA-J-JLU-UAR, 2018-Up Jeep Wrangler (JL) Unlimited Universal Amplifier Rack

SKU: JL-SBA-J-JLU-UAR UPC: 699440998376
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Regular price $249.99
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The SBA-J-JLU-UAR Universal Amplifier Rack fits under either front seat to securely mount one of several different JL Audio amplifier models (sold separately). Featuring an angled design to maximize rear seat foot space, the SBA-J-JLU-UAR Amplifier Rack requires no drilled holes and installs using factory hardware. Engineered and Built in USA.

Includes predrilled mounting locations and hardware to install one of the following amplifier models:

  • VXi: All models.
  • XDv2: All models, except XD800/8v2, XD1000/1v2 and XD1000/5v2.*
  • M-Series: All models, except M800/8v2, M1000/1v2 and M1000/5v2.
  • RD: All models, except RD1000/1, RD1500/1 and RD900/5.
  • MX: All models; up to two of MX280/4 and MX300/1.**
  • * includes XD versions
  • ** includes HX and MHX versions

Built in U.S.A. with Global Components

JL Audio's Miramar, Florida loudspeaker production facility is one of the most advanced in the world.

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to