I have a brand new in box Rusty’s track bar reinforcement bracket. Never installed. I bought this when there were weld issues, but never needed it for my JL.
Paid $100. Yours for $70 OBO plus shipping.
My locks were dangling from the factory, I am going to see what the dealership will do this morning. You can buy replacement back covers, the locking tabs can be pushed down manually from the top of the connector (blue and green plastic locking tabs) , you can than replace the back cover by...
Mine does it and I have greased everything even the mechanism inside the door - it isn’t the hinges or door pins, I don’t have my door pins bolted on so thought that may be it but it wasn’t - gonna try loosing the door stop mechanism and see what happens.
At no point should a dirty undercarriage negate or incur additional costs within your warranty - this is a Jeep not a C class - a lot of people live in the country and drive daily on dirt roads - we shouldn’t have to have an immaculate vehicle for warranty work.
I have driven jeeps for 25yrs - I routinely get 40-50k miles on my tires as a weekend warrior - do a chalk test. 30psi with 33-35” tires is pretty common.
I usually run around 15psi off-road If I need traction on rocky terrain.
It doesn’t take 9 hours to drop a manual transmission and determine if it has been abused - there are known issues with the slave cylinder and throw out bearings in this transmission - even if driving style is rough a new transmission shouldn’t fail and render a vehicle inoperable at 5k miles...
If there isn’t any modifications tied to the Powertrain / transmission that would are visibly obvious (lift, aftermarket wheels, tires etc.) that would cause premature wear or damage to your transmission they can’t charge you squat to investigate under warranty bumper to bumper warranty.