Thanks.... Thought about that too.
AAL makes a bracket for the storage well for the twin compressors, but then they use a relocation kit for both the intakes and the pressure side outlet, as well as the On/Off switch, that they claim significantly reduces the heat output.
Not even sure I'm...
Got one of these today:
"I am showing that at this time all of the materials needed to start the build process have been received. The vehicle should be entering the build process very soon."
Order date was August 20
That's all Ive heard as well. Honestly, I would've preferred to keep the 3.73's and decide for myself. I think its probably the simplicity of manufacturing that drove the decision, but also maybe the added EGR benefit.
I doubt they care if we want to put taller tires on. I'm guessing that if they changed it, it's because they now have the hybrid JL for 2021, so they don't need the diesel with higher gears (and higher mpg's) to bring up their CAFE numbers. All Rubicons getting 4.10's is much easier from a...
The build tool on Jeep's site shows only 4.10's available with the diesel option now. A month ago it showed only 3.73's available. I ordered mine on 8/20. The order sheet doesn't state the axle ratio, just the Rubicon (26R), so I would guess I'm getting the 4.10s.