Thanks. I have to say that the team at TeraFlex are really helpful. Have been chatting with whoever handles their Facebook messages for a while now going over differences in between the SP2 and the non-SP2 versions of the 3.3 Fast Adjust. Really patient and informative.
Legitimate questions, not trying to be rude or flippant... examples of what people are running is interesting but there aren’t any “answers” in this thread.
We are going to attempt to afford solid upgrades for a trip to the Rubicon Trail next summer and would like to actually make it through...
Thanks for the video. Helping my daughter figure out upgrades for for her JLU Rubi a Rubicon Trail trip next summer and seriously looking at those shocks.
The info about needing to do the bottom adjustment in addition the fast adjust was particularly good info given it wouldn’t seem necessary...
Interesting that the primary dependency is octane... I’m confident that people don’t switch octane in their tanks when they go off road particularly since odds are high that they aren’t going to arrive at their riding site with an empty tank.
It would be really useful if you could have profiles...
Question... I’ve never done a tune on a car but I seem to recall that some have the ability to switch the tune profile so you can have like a commuting profile and a performance profile.
Britt puts most of her driving is on the road and she gets great mileage with her 2.0T with...
The only thing my daughter hates about Bikini is seeing another one in the wild. Personally I love it too and get a smile every time I see hers.
She plans on ditching the color matched fenders though and getting some black steel high clearance ones as her next mod in addition to a winch.
Thanks, we found it was all in making her learn that actions have consequences at an early age, literally age 4.
She’s a great young woman and the Jeep has already made for some good daddy daughter trips
35 years ago, damn that makes me feel old... anyway, I learned that a good way to get good service is to build a relationship with a single service writer.
Just like any relationship, Make it a personal relationship, chit chat about interests, and industry happenings.
Ask for their extension...
My daughter and I are just getting started and steering would definitely be a great upgrade since my brother is bound to get her in some tight spots!
As a noob, I really appreciate the video about the drag link on your site. It gave a great overview of the function and benefits of the part
I had some concerns about buying... ahem my daughter buying her new 2019 Rubicon with the 2.0T eTorque because it was so new. I read some info that it was essentially a ported engine from another FCA model but can’t remember which one, but it gave a warm fuzzy feeling.
When she test drove both...
Definitely watching this. Daughter’s 2019 JLU Rubicon with the 2.0T is just starting it’s journey of mods.
EAS Front Steel Bumper
OEM Premium Twill Soft Top (thanks @Ape )
LED Spare Wheel Brake Light
Red Hinge Covers
Red Interior Covers for various interior parts
And stickers she made...
Thanks, for the feedback. Our first time out the trail leader didn’t have her manually shift at all and we didn’t feel like we ever needed more grunt.
This is the first experience I’ve ever had with a vehicle that has low range 4wd and just wanted to make sure we aren’t learning to do something...