Just had the TSB performed by Koons CDJR in Tyson’s VA. Man, what a night and day difference. I had a Falcon stabilizer, Yeti trackbar, and Synergy brace and they performed the TSB no questions asked. Super tight steering now, no more deadspot!
I know I *can* do that, I guess I'm asking is if the dealer will be willing to do the TSB if I show up and it has the brace on it (or if I *have* to remove it, as it's a bit of a pain).
I also don't have the factory one anymore and the new sector shaft nut is red loctited (per instructions from...
+1, same here. They polled me and I was honest -- my 2020 JLUR need new radiator hoses at 2k miles, new tie rod end at 3k miles, and a new pitman arm at 5k miles. I love it and am not planning on trading it in, but it has been super unreliable for me (and this was before any mods).
I think the Jeep looks fine the way it is. If you don't like it, would also recommend getting the Synergy starter kit and use the shock extensions the kit comes with, but you're definitely gonna need bigger tires to fill the wheelwell.
For sale is a gently used Teraflex Alpine front adjustable trackbar for JL/JLU/JT. I used it for ~1000 miles but switched to the trackbar that came as a part of my liftkit instead. Retails for $289, yours for $200. Has light scuff marks from being mounted.
Also have two brand new Mopar extended...
I had the 34x10.50r17 KO2 and the 285/70r17 (33") KO2, and although the 34" KO2 was "supposed" to be taller, mounting on the same vehicle they were within 0.1" of each other. They were great, but definitely ran smaller than normal KO2's. I'd look at the 285/75r17 C-load Ridge Grappler instead
Ended up picking up my JLUR this morning. I went with dealer A, they ended up wiring up some aux lights to it for a total quote of $550. They had estimated 4-5 hours, ended up taking nearly 7. It apparently is a major pain in the butt, and the biggest issue was getting the computer to recognize...
The OEM LED fog lights and regular fog lights have different mounting points. The steel bumper only supports the mounting points for the OEM LED, not the OEM regular. OP will need a custom bracket to change the mounting or will have to buy the LED fogs
The LED package is required from factory in order to select the steel bumper. The LED fog have different fitment and the bumper only supports them, not the incandescent. You’ll need to buy the LED fogs or find/create a bracket that will change the mounting points.
For those of you have who have installed the Mopar switches and relays (82215798AD) auxiliary switch bank by the dealer, how much did the dealer charge you? I'm not sure what to expect, it doesn't seem like *that* much effort to me but maybe I'm mistaken?
I have a quote from 3 dealers: