Posting in case it helps anyone else, I had the dealer perform the stabilizer recall and track bar TSB on my 2018 Rubicon and it handles 100% better.
I had to make constant small steering corrections at highway speeds to try and keep it in the driving lane, always tense driving (especially in...
I had the track bar TSB performed on my 2018 2 door Rubicon, and also had the steering stabilizer recall taken care of.
Dealer then checked the alignment and I just drove it home, the Jeep is soooo much more comfortable to drive at highway speeds, I never had the steering wheel play like some of...
At one point I had considered trading so for kicks I tried 2 different dealers to see what they would offer for my Rubicon.
Needless to say I’ll stick with my 2 door, both offers were about $3,500 less than average Kbb value, and my Jeep is loaded, near perfect condition, and has low miles...
Has anyone tried out the Mopar or other brand of solid (non-mesh) sun bonnet?
I’m curious as to how fast it would install after the initial first setup. Hopefully there are some options soon for taking off the hardtop all summer, but still be able to avoid a full on soft top..:fingerscrossed:
Well, almost 6,000 miles on my JL rubicon and no signs of steering improving as it is broken in.
Highway speeds at 50mph and up are just plain uncomfortable to drive. Constant adjustments to the wheel to the right and left to keep the Jeep in my lane.
The wheel seems to have about 1 1/2, to 2”...
So, for those of you that have the hitch mounted ski/snowboard rack, do the skis get loaded up with salt/sand from the road on your trip to the ski hill?
I know my tailgate and rear window are covered in it after a light snow or if the roads have been recently treated.
I’m sure I could use a ski...
Thanks for the links, I was considering Thule and Yakima clamp on racks, and I will always consider making something as well, I’ve contemplated making a hitch rack as well but figure the skis/snowboards would get pretty loaded up with salt/sand while driving at highway speeds.
Hi all, does anyone have any experience with the clamp on styles of roof racks for the JL?
Do they work well for skis/snowboards? I’m also looking for images of them which are hard to find especially on the two door.
Any help would be greatly appreciated :like:
I went with the Ace sliders, love them.
I’d say they catch most all of the rock flung up at the body of the Jeep.
Even with the open spaces I went from the telltale “thuck” sound of a nugget being flung onto the body of the wrangler to the happy “ping” sound of rocks bouncing off the slider...
So I’ve been in search of a rear storage toolbox or tote for behind the seat of my 2 door wrangler.
Finally found what I was looking for and it works great for storing tools, jumpers, 12v air compressors or any other small loose items you may not want floating around in the cab.
Picked it up for...
2 door for the win.
Looks, maneuvering, fun factor all better imo, I understand that others feel they need the space of a 4 door, But they are friggen fugly if you ask me.
And the 2 door breakover. Nuff said:like: