Hi! I'm new here, former Jeep guy, wanted something that was better for daily driving and also missed having a truck. Got this ZR2 back in October and couldn't be happier.
Modest build here.
-RC 1.25" Leveling Kit
-Midwest Overland Industries winch mount
-Warn Zeon 8S winch
-RC ZR2 Light bar mounts
-RC 30" curved "black out" light bar
-Rigid Industries "Ignite" backup lights (wired to reverse lights)
-Replaced factory reverse bulbs with LED's
-Replaced high beam bulbs with Sylvainia Silverstar Ultra bulbs
-Replaced three chrome "Colorado" badges with black ones
-Weathertech floor mats
-Center console organizer from amazon (It counts!)
-Nitto Ridge Grappler 265/70R17's
-Green Diesel Engineering tune
-589 Fab rear shock skids
-LED Dynamics low beams
I took some measurements before and after the leveling kit install and then again after adding 100+ pounds to the front bumper. I measured at the very front edge of the bumper under the bowtie.
-Pre leveling kit: 28.125"
-Post leveling kit: 30.250"
-Post winch install and front end alignment: 29.750"
To my knowledge, I might be the first person to do both the MOI winch mount as well as the RC light bar mount. They both use the existing bumper holes so the light bar mount gets sandwiched between the winch mount and the frame of the truck which pushes the winch mount 1/8" forward. This causes a couple issues:
-The light bar blocks access to the winch so the winch has to remain in "engaged" all the time, which is why I went with the Zeon 8S over the 10S. (a bit faster) and I used the Warn solenoid relocation kit to put the solenoid under the hood on top of the passenger side fender well. (But it only takes a minute to remove the light bar with a single Allen key if needed)
-The bottom lip of the bumper is pushed forward by 1/8" which makes it impossible to install 6 of the 25,000 T-15 screws without stressing the plastic but if you pop the green retaining clips out of their steel bracket and then just use them like non-captive nuts, this gives you 1/8" in either direction so no problem.
MOI has you leave out three air handling plastic pieces that live behind the grille. The two lower pieces aren't even used in the Diesel, but the upper piece (goes in front of the main radiator) is structural, so I just trimmed off the bottom bit that was in the way and reinstalled the top 3/4 of it. I included a pic of all the items not reinstalled. From left to right: Factory bumper, lower air dam, the bit I trimmed off the large plastic piece, and the air scoop duct. None of these items are used on the diesel, as you can see the two black rectangles block all the air going through this area, hopefully the winch and light bar will block the same amount. Also wound up with two extra 10mm bolts.. Hope these weren't important!
Sorry, the pic of the solenoid is upside down.