You just took us from Jeep has QC problems to cancer. Wow dude, just... wow. :facepalm:
You just told us that nothing is good enough for you. You’ve set your standards for vehicle ownership too high and no matter what you purchase, it will never meet your expectations because they are...
A VERY large employee from the service department jumped in the drivers seat of my TJ, the front sagged when he was in it and he broke the side seat trim getting in and out because he was so heavy. Dealership paid to fix it.
Not singling you out at all but you bring up a good point which is the necessity to practice how you carry.
The average gun fight lasts seven seconds.
Whatever method of conceal carry someone chooses, with no rounds in the magazine and the gun completely UNLOADED, (triple check) they’ve got...
They’re trying to appease LawrenceR because he’s the most important customer they have. To hell with the health of anyone else.
You’d better wear a mask when you’re around me. I tend to have putrid and vile flatulence. The mask may not save you.
I’m 6’3” and have the mopar lift on mine with 35”s. It’s a good four inches taller than stock.
The dealer had a Rubi with 37’s and the same lift. It’s a little jump in and pull up to get in without stepping on the rock rails. With the mopar rock rails (see picture), it’s not an issue.
I love Ford vehicles as much as the next guy ( :facepalm: ) but to believe the Bronco will be the saving grace of the 4x4 off road convertible world is a gross, faulty cognition.
There’s a good reason why other manufacturers (including Ford) up and left that market or changed their production...
What do you say to all of the current JL owners who have thousands of miles in the driver’s seat and no issues at all? Remember, satisfied buyers don’t complain.
They’ve earned the right to complain because they’ve been in the vehicle, spent time and logged miles in it.
Exactly!!! Well said...