I am going to mention price but in a very different way. I had a WK2 GC SRT and the damn thing blew a head gasket. That was a $5400 repair bill.
I think the 392 is an absolute beast and I would love to own one, but with my current needs, this does not fit my life.
I disagree on what has been said about the Pats. Mine have been fantastic as my daily. They handle wet and snow pretty well. They aren't loud and are fairly light considering the 38" size. They have gripped and done well on trails and I will buy a second set. I definitely prefer them to...
There is always something about Wranglers. Had an 07JKUS, I loved it when I got it, built it up and enjoyed... however, that thing was a piece. I sold it for an SRT GC and swore I would never have a Wrangler again. Fast forward a few vehicles and I just kept staring at the JL and how good it...
My regret was buying an 07 JKUS. That thing was a giant POS, loved it, but man did it love to break catastrophically. Obviously in 2009/2010 it wasn't as clear now how much of a dog the 3.8 was. I love my 2020, it addressed every single thing I hated about my JK.
Here you go! Seems like two guys bought it so far. I am pulling the trigger in the next 60 days.
My two pennies, I would rather have more than I would ever need than less. It would suck to feel limited by your suspension or setup, and back to looking at what more you could do. I like doing things once.
Just saw another user picked up the MP and he claimed its an exact clone to the Mopar just obviously way lighter. He also stated the end caps do come off. For the price, I think this is impossible to beat.
You will always find someone that’s willing to pay that price to be in the first few that have one. Here in Salt Lake, the second gen raptor was selling for just about $90K with dealer markup at launch. That didn’t stop many people from grabbing it, and you can’t tell me a raptor is worth 90k lol.