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  1. Confirmed JL Dealership Arrivals

    Drove a Sahara yesterday at David Ellis Jeep in Glendale, CA. It was white w/ a black hardtop. They also had quite a few Sports -which looks really nice in person, big improvement over the JK Sport- and a few Rubicons, one of which was grey and had brought in no shortage of foot traffic. This...
  2. 2019 RAM 1500

    Initially, I didn't like the look of the new DT Ram 1500, but as the week rolled on with more and more press photos, the look started to grow on me a bit. As where GM threw all of their money on the underbody components of their new 1/2 tons, it appears FCA spread that money a bit more evenly. I...
  3. What got you in to Jeeps?

    A Grand Wagoneer I rode and climbed around in when I was 6 or so.
  4. Are the JL Wranglers over priced...

    Are we really having this conversation again? Please use that magnifying glass in the upper right hand corner of the UCP before creating a new thread topic that's already been created, multiple times.
  5. '19 Ford Ranger

    The new Ranger appears to look the way it does because Ford wanted to balance cost and refine the design ever so slightly as not to alienate American midsize truck buyers. This is very much in keeping with the whole "One Ford" mantra installed by Alan Mulally before he stepped down. So, I'm not...
  6. '19 Ford Ranger

    Never thought I'd say this, but it looks pretty good, IMO.
  7. JL Crash Tests

    it will make a difference. though I doubt a non Rubicon would be any less safe by some substantial margin. I just feel bad for the folks in cars, because they're going to get the brunt of it. A few years ago I saw a Jetta that was rear ended by a JKU with a stinger bumper, the trunk was...
  8. Overland question regarding the JL

    That's pretty spot on. Even more of a technical breakdown in this link: http://www.overlandjournal.com/overlanding/what_is_overlanding/ Personally, I'm interested in a combination of Overlanding and Four Wheeling.
  9. Did Jeep Mistakingly Over Price The Wrangler?

    Didn't say it was a "problem". :like:
  10. Confirmed JL Dealership Arrivals

    And I thought I was tall! Are you long in the torso or the legs? What's your inseam? Seems like overall you're still going to pursue purchasing a JL none the less?
  11. Did Jeep Mistakingly Over Price The Wrangler?

    Judging by their current product lineup it would look much like the Jeep lineup of today with mostly CUV's, and the Wrangler would just now be making a comeback going by the legacy of the Bronco - and I'm going to guess probably w/ out solid axles. But this is a completely off topic discussion...
  12. Did Jeep Mistakingly Over Price The Wrangler?

    Tried to read through this whole thread, but I couldn't take it after a while. I love seeing the "high fives" between the guys that can afford -and are apparently ordering- JLUR's attempting to school everyone that's unhappy w/ pricing through their "wisdom". I think anyone who realizes that...
  13. Just climbed thru a Rubicon JL: initial reaction

    Best part of the whole post. I legit Laughed Out Loud.
  14. What other vehicles are you cross shopping? $5-6k increase causing second thoughts on JLU

    Sounds like you have your mind made up. Regardless of how bearable or unbearable the price increase is, there's nothing else on the market quite like the Wrangler. And for that reason they'll continue to sell. Personally, I'm becoming turned off by the JL pricing scheme the more I consider it...
  15. Confirmed JL Dealership Arrivals

    This one was delivered to a Chrysler exec in NY
  16. Makes NO Sense to Buy Anything other than a Rubicon

    Or maybe they're the types of drivers that would take a $45k+ rig w/ solid front and rear axles over huge boulders using it as intended by the very people that built it.
  17. SelecTrac & the Anti-Spin Differential Rear Axle vs Rubicon?

    The Rubicon is really the most value oriented package currently on offer in the JL lineup for those that want to wheel and modify their rig. Otherwise, you're just spending money. Lots of it.
  18. SelecTrac & the Anti-Spin Differential Rear Axle vs Rubicon?

    By the time you add up the cost of adding Rubi lockers (F+R) you're beyond JL Rubicon money -this is going by the cost of the JK Rubi front and rear axles, which is just under $4500 once you add it up - and that's not including labor. Even with the front and rear lockers, you're still short a...
  19. Full 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL Performance Parts (Mopar) Catalog

    Thanks to this Mopar catalog, getting a Rubicon is kinda pointless if you were on the fence about getting one or not.
  20. LED Lighting group

    I stand corrected. I just didn't scroll down to see the inclusion of the taillights. It's also included in the "Jeep Active Safety Group".



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