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Jeep Wrangler Glove Boxes

Glove boxes provide a convenient way for people to store many goods such as their auto insurance or registration information. They were originally given the name "glove boxes" because they were where most drivers or vehicle occupants would store gloves or other small garments. Standard or customized glove boxes may be available to match or enhance the look and feel of a Jeep Wrangler.

What colors are available for Jeep Wrangler glove boxes?

Glove boxes for the Jeep Wrangler typically come in dark black or gray. However, for model years from the late 1980s or early 1990s, the boxes may come in agate black, which looks similar to black and gray hues mixed together. In Wranglers made from 1997 to 2006, they may come in either a tan or khaki color.

What can be added to a Jeep Wrangler glove box?

Rugged Ridge makes a net product that you can add to the glove box and various other surfaces on the vehicle. This will generally work on just about any Wrangler produced and can fit on vehicles made in almost all model years. The net itself is large enough to fit miscellaneous items such as coins, a lighter, or similar objects.

Tuffy has a custom glove box that comes with its own lock and key. It comes in a slate color that generally matches the existing component. Products such as these may be helpful for securing sensitive documents or other items that an individual must store in his or her truck for any reason.

Can buyers find individual components for glove boxes?

Those who are looking for latches to use with their Wrangler glove boxes may be able to find what they are looking for with OEM products offered by MOPAR. Latches that come in khaki color are available for Wranglers made between 2007 and 2017. OEM latches for vehicles made from 1996 to 2007 may be available through Jeep itself.

Do glove boxes come with locks and keys?

Buyers can choose to buy glove boxes that do not come with a lock and key. Those may be best for restoration projects or suitable in the event that a buyer would like to retain the lock that is still on his or her current truck. In some cases, sellers offer the box without a key, but it's always a good idea to check what's included before making a purchase.