I installed the one linked below shortly after buying in April. No bubbles, it's held up great. My only complaint would be that it does have some glare, but it's not too bad.
The factory specs call for torquing to a spec (103ft/lb) then turning the wrench by a certain degree more (50 degrees) thus torquing further.
I bet if you measured torque after applying the factory spec, it'd probably be pretty close to the torque suggested by Clayton.
The D44 M220 is standard equipment, but is replaced by the M200 when you get the automatic transmission (unless you get the Limited Slip rear, diesel engine, High-Altitude trim, or a Rubicon). So since you have a gas-auto sport w/o LSD. You have the M200
I too like the look of the dual-tube bumpers, but don't like how they are now usually really thin tubing that is softer than plastic.
That said, I haven't seen any that support fogs and a winch. You could get the winch one, and add a couple round fog lights on top like the TJ used to have
I think your bumper is actually the "mid-width" Mopar Off-road bumper, which came out after the one with the removable ends, but is put on as an accessory.
Isn't that kind of the point of 4LO, to get the engine higher into the power band at lower speeds.
In 1st gear. the trans is 4.71:1, in 4HI - 1:1, axel is always 4.10:1 So engine turning 1000 RPMs (1000/4.71/1/4.10) is ~52 RPMs on the tires
in 4LO (1000/4.71/4/4.10) ~13 RPMs at the tires...
When considering poke, you have to also consider wheel width, not just offset. The stock 7.5" wide wheels @ +44mm would have the same backspacing as 8.5" +30mm (~6" backspace) but the new wheels are ~1"wider, so they'd stick out ~1" further.
Stock wheels 17x7.5+44 are about 8.5" wide overall...
Awesome giveaway, good luck everyone
Under $100, I could use a way to mount my fire extinguisher, like the Bartact:
Power washing and steam cleaning are very different. Steam cleaning should not be a problem, it's not high pressure.
Power washing an engine is a bad idea. The connecters are designed to be water resistant, but 1200-1600 PSI of pressure is going to force water through those seals.
As far as how the ECU reads boost pressure and controls it, that comes for the MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure) Sensor.
But I think part of what you may be confusing is whether the turbo is making boost or not. A turbo is different from a supercharger in that the amount of pressure is not...
I haven't tested it to be sure, but it's happened twice to me now. If, form the engine running, I shift to Neutral and power the jeep off, with my foot on the brake, it puts me straight into accessory mode without having to press the power button twice. That should keep Bluetooth active and...
In the past few days I've been noticing "full-page" ads that pop up occasionally when navigating to other pages (typically when I click the "What's New" page). Mostly, navigating on mobile, they appear full-page and I click an X to dismiss. On a PC, I've had one that was a mobile sized ad with...