I bought a set of these:
Pretty cheap and does the job just fine for all four doors. I had zero problems with the gap between the roll bar and top.
Has anyone done this combo yet? And if so, which winch plate did you use? I have looked at a few winch plates, and they say they are compatible with most major brands, but I found a warning on one of them and thought I would ask the forum before proceeding with any purchases.
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I am not sure if your regional app store has it, but I know Waze calculates your current speed accurately (of course, I'd assume it really depends on how accurate your cell's gps actually is). I've never been over 2MPH from what my factory speedometer reads vs Waze's display.
I can add my vote to the "no issues here, and love it" category. I got mine in Dec '19, and have ~4100 miles on it. Zero problems. I added DEF the day I picked it up, and I still have >50% of it left. 50/50 driving, averaging 24 MPG
They can say they will void your warranty, but according to the FTC, it is illegal.
Do I have to use the dealer for repairs and maintenance to keep my warranty in effect?
No. An independent mechanic, a retail chain...
Lol, agreed. When I walked in the financing dept of Koon's Jeep in Tyson's Corner, VA., the guy did a double take and asked me if this was a dealer modified Wrangler. When I said no, it is a diesel, he said "This is the most expensive non-modified Wrangler I've ever processed." I am not sure...
I am assuming you meant 12 quarts and not gallons ;)
And as to the $1000, I believe they are referring to 4x service changes for that price, which includes the oil filter. So. $250 per service. ~$50 more for a brand new oil filter? /shrug
Good question, I'm curious as well. My 2016 Camaro SS took 8 quarts for each oil change.
They say " The 3.0L Eco-diesel requires synthetic oil and quite a bit of it. In Ram applications, it takes 10.5 quarts...