+1 for phenomenal service and prices. It is uncommon to find a company that answers the phone on pretty much the first ring, or responds to a text message in less than two minutes to answer questions and provide advice.
RCO is absolutely top notch!
Would love to hear how this turns out for you. I did add an aftermarket trailer hitch but have not yet added any wiring, the the older 7 pin seems like a bit of a hassle so I planned on just doing the 4 pin... but if this turns out to be somewhat straightforward, perhaps go for it.
I wouldn‘t be surprised if it is just a new sticker to go with the bronze theme, but thought it was worth pointing out in case someone had more details on it. I did check a number of Mopar parts sites and didn’t see anything new available... keeping my eyes peeled though.
This motoring.com.au article also mentions a two stage exhaust and an automatic transmission. They also say that a 2dr model has not been mentioned and that a similar model for the Gladiator is unlikely.
So, the dimensions of the Apex are a bit bigger than the Smitty, which interferes with the top clamshell of the Venator bumper and leaves a bit larger of a gap above the fairlead. I also had to trim the control tray so the power wire didn’t protrude out the back quite as far and interfere with...
Just got in my RR Venator bumper and decided to install it along with Gear America shackles and a Smittybilt X2O 12k winch. Got the winch all hooked up just to find out it has a bad solenoid, switch, or both. Un-wrenched it and will be returning it to Summit in favor of the Badland Apex from HFT.
Called Lou Fusz Jeep in O’Fallon, MO. on Tuesday to schedule my recall work, and was told that I didn’t need an appointment! Per the service rep, it takes all of 5 minutes and they could even do it while I was having my oil changed on Friday. Come to find out on Friday, they cannot do it while I...