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My question is: what did the detailer do? Did they compound and polish? Doing so on thin paint will cut into the paint; thinning it even more....
It's designed by FCA this way, to distract from the loose steering.
Yeah, you have a JKUR, though.:like:
They're blind spot sensors are calibratable. :CWL:
Put the freedom tops back on, they deflect the wind.:like::handsinair:
I don't think so. You're better off putting them back into the factory tail lights.
I remember at least one person who did on this forum. They painted it white, if I remember correctly.
They're not even the same material. The standard black is a composite plastic and the painted tops are more fiberglass.
One is for the ESS system.
One could probably be used for a under hood light (if that's the "engine light", you're referring to). I don't know if...
I have mine hooked up to winch, rock lights, fog lights and dash cam.
I've purchased many things for my JLUR from Amazon: Molle bags, Seven Sparta dead pedal, Warn winch, Warn winch plate, Mopar winch guard, OCD...
Seems to be common practice. The dealership I purchased my JLUR from offered mats for a 5 star rating, also. I got my mats, though.
Jumping your Jeep.....
Funny, when I've had issues with my local dealership and I try to quickly address them (and I'm not satisfied); I never get these surveys.
It's not to 1980's.
This isn't the Dodge Ram forum.
Thanks for the suggestion. I'll check it out.
It's definitely the angle. Mine is the same height as yours. I like how low it is; protects the winch more.