Glad it worked out. People always list the dealer, it's the sales person and mentioning the forum that gets the "deal". From everything I've read, in person will be just as smooth as emailing with Craig and purchasing remotely. Fingers crossed out 4XE arrives sooner than later.
You can't call the dealers or email the general box. You need to make sure to contact the correct sales rep. At koons it's Craig.
Our 4xe rubicon is 5% below invoice, all in writing of course.
If you're still above dealer invoice you should call the dealer back and tell them you forgot to mention you have tread lightly. It will get you 1% below dealer invoice. Sign up takes 30 days, but with an order you have time to sign up now. They don't need the tread lightly code until pickup.
Was playing around on jeep.com and found the 4xe brochure for the first time.
Noticed 2 things:
Unique wheels is listed as a perk on the first page.
The cluster is different. If you zoom in you can see the right side of the cluster is different.
AB indicates a revision to the original part number. Usually a minor adjustment to improve an issue. AB becomes the standard build over the AA version of the same number. I did a quick search, AB looks like the latest version for that part number, so you should have the best possible part at...
Looks like the replacement jack stands are being recalled now.
Love seeing a push to made in the USA. After all this chaos started my wife and I have been using the ABC rule. Anywhere But China. Post pandemic it has become more clear than ever...Buy American if you can afford it. Buy ABC if you cannot.
Anyone have any tips, tricks, or videos for the GFB diverter installation? I purchased an extra OEM diverter, but have since destroyed the plastic trying to pull it apart. Any help would be greatly appreciated.