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  1. Who on the forums has a 2021 Wrangler? Whoever does share it here!

    Let me know if this helps? Fyi - my 8 month pregnant wife uses them frequently with no issue.
  2. Question About Jeep Value (before I take delivery today)

    You’ll most likely owe, but... that also will depend largely on how much you paid and the supply/demand of your specific JLU within your region too. My 2016 JK Rubicon was purchased new at $31K - I got a killer deal, negotiated it way down, mostly due to timing and other factors. I sold it...
  3. 2021 Jeep JLR problems in first few days

    OP - if you’re going to have them fix your tailgate paint, also check the hinge and see if it missed like my 21 JLUR... should just get it all done at the same time.
  4. My 392 Rubicon order is showing a price now ($77k) !!!

    That’s far too much. Now if they upgraded ALL components, including factory lift, 37s, upgraded axles and all suspension parts + enabled a lifetime warranty option, I might be a buyer... Honestly these super high prices make me miss my TJ, which was reliable, affordable and fun to drive...
  5. Ceramic Coating worth it for non garaged vehicle?

    No I had my 2021 JLUR ceramic coated, did a hella lot of research before and paid $1200 for the coating + paint correction (which was a good deal)... mainly because my Jeep is black and I don’t own a garage. I don’t feel it’s anywhere near worth the cost. I should have instead just had it...
  6. Power steps really worth it?

    If I’m understanding your question, they’re out of the way and when wheeling, if needed they can also come off quick and easy by pulling a pin.
  7. Who on the forums has a 2021 Wrangler? Whoever does share it here!

    Yeah, but keep in mind like most things in life it pretty much becomes second nature. You reach down with your foot to extend the step and hop out. There’s not a lot of a difference when compared to other normal steps, however I’m sure power steps are a little (not a lot) easier. I think the...
  8. Who on the forums has a 2021 Wrangler? Whoever does share it here!

    You got it, no drilling needed + as you can see from the photos, works with existing Rubicon stock rock rails. Side note - my pregnant wife also approves, says they work perfect for her needs, which is one of the main reasons I needed to get some kind of step, etc.
  9. Power steps really worth it?

    I know a lot of folks think M.O.R.E hide-a-step(s) are over-priced, but I love them and they’re significantly less expensive than power-steps, however provide similar functionality AND they’re easy to detach when needed/off-road. Main reason I went with them was that similar to power steps...
  10. JL corrosion

    Check your tailgate too, this is from my new 21 JLUR - no paint/clear coat by the hinge, which is exposed to the elements.
  11. BFG Ko2's suck that bad in rain?

    Yes, they’re horrible in the rain.
  12. Would you trade JL for JT?

    Meh... At first I was planning to buy a JT, but I’m happy I went with a 2021 JLUR. This is how I reasoned it out... you can easily fold down the seats in a JLU and get a ton of space to haul stuff if needed. The only time I expect to haul something large enough to need that much space would...
  13. New 2021 JLUR - Already Encountering Problems

    Just heard back, they say it’s a bad coil that will need to be replaced. Anyone know how common it is to have a bad coil on an engine with 300 miles on it? Given that the coil is bad, are there any other things I should be on the lookout for over the next 1K miles?
  14. New 2021 JLUR - Already Encountering Problems

    I just read through that thread, can’t thank you enough for sharing. I’m hesitant to suggest things to the service dept. right away (kind of like suggesting a diagnosis to your doctor after you Google symptoms), however if they’re not making any progress by Friday, I’ll start referencing what...
  15. New 2021 JLUR - Already Encountering Problems

    In September, I picked up my 2021 JLUR (6-speed manual), with Mopar 2” lift installed by the dealership (they do good work) and 35” Nitto Ridge Grapplers. After hitting just over 300 miles, it started acting like it has a minor misfire, which is the best way I can describe it. Here’s some...
  16. Safety packages - initial thoughts

    I opted for all safety features because of the move from a 2-door to a 4-door (been driving a 2 door for the last 20 years) and so I just figured why not... I thought I would like blind spot detection/warning, with just barely 300 hundred miles on my JLUR thus far, I’m not that impressed. It...
  17. 35" and 37" JL pics with lift kit

    Did you have a Rubicon with 4.10s? I certainly notice a difference compared to stock, but it’s not too bad. I do plan to re-gear if I upgrade to 37s, however not to run 35s... I was on the fence about running K02 37s, which are actually more like 36s and lighter than the Nitto 35s; however, I...
  18. Jeep JL / JLU Half Doors Official Press Release and Photos

    Sure, however I previously did in another post and for some reason folks got upset/sensitive when I point this out. I too LOVED my TJ half doors because they: 1) looked cool (single body line going straight back from the hood) and 2) because with the top down + uppers off, it was similar to...
  19. 35" and 37" JL pics with lift kit

    Yes it’s the M.O.R.E hide-a-step... many people complain about the cost, however I don’t like the look of huge slider steps and power steps are too much $$$, so this to me was a nice compromise and I keep the rubicon rails as protection (win win). It’s also nice because when you off-road you...
  20. Jeep JL / JLU Half Doors Official Press Release and Photos

    My 99 TJ vs 2016 Rubicon both with half doors. I will always miss the low cut TJ half doors... If you’re willing to spend $4K, I recommend getting sliders (easy and worth it mod). For what it’s worth, speaking as someone who owned half doors on my last two Jeeps, after learning first-hand...
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