Even with Ram, they are dropping content from lower level trims and using allocation for top level trims.
Can’t get Blind Spot Monitoring on Laramie anymore but it’s still standard on the pricey Limited
Look at the Power Wagon.
GVWR is normally 10,000 lbs but because of its off-road setup GVWR is reduced to 8,565 lbs resulting in lower payload & towing ability.
Bronco will be capped at 3,500 lbs towing too. These soft suspension setups for maximum articulation off road result in lower...
Grand Cherokee/Durango are much sturdier tow vehicles with higher GVWR, GAWR and GCWR.
Even at 6,200 lbs, the 3.6 is still restricted to 40 sq-ft frontal area.
And remember J2807 max tow ratings only include 10% tongue weight, 300 lbs of passengers and 70 lbs for WDH. Adding passenger weight...
Tow dolly is about 1k lbs, auto transport is over 2k lbs. Add in a 3,500-4,000 lb car and you’re well beyond the towing ability/limit of the Wrangler’s brakes, suspension/axles
You definitely need a different tow vehicle
The $12-15/qt synthetic gear oil (Valvoline, Mobil 1) at Wal-Mart/AutoZone, etc comes with limited slip additive already in it.
$50/qt at the dealer is a waste of good money
I also have the lifetime MaxCare and I’m not worried about putting in 75w90 vs the 75w85. It’s not a big deal
^^ this. The stock transmission cooler is fine. The engine and brakes will be your weak point here.
I’d be focused on
1) bigger brakes
2) increasing the engine cooling with a bigger radiator
3) additional engine oil cooler