Yeeeaaahhh, that's how it all begins. Rationalization, justification, explanation...shit, there it goes again...There's gotta be a 12 step program for this crap...Even just re-using the terms from my current loan (60 months @3.25%), $70k as a ball park start, and figure $37-40k trade on my 2019 JLUR w/ v6, manual trans, and a handful of options... it's looking like a reasonable monthly payment. It's not much more than what I'm paying now for a boatload of options PLUS v8, and I think most of my parts will transfer over.
I'm probably not jumping in first thing, but this thing is making more sense than dumping $30k into my Jeep for a Hemi swap in 5-10 years, and the 392 would have a factory warranty. While it's not the end all, it's a little bit more security.
Shit. I'm talking myself into buying this thing... AGAIN. Dammit. This always happens.
Honestly probably doesn’t need it. Similar to the diesel just should have enough torque to deal with it. That being said I’ll probably go with the lifetime warranty.Wow
Lack of the Rock-Trac transfer case is disappointing but I might have to live with it. I had a feeling anyway.
TFL they were guessing that they're measuring from the diff to the ground... same size tire as the regular Rubi, but thicker axle tubes, etc. will probably account for that. I'd agree with their guess.Looks amazing. But no hydro blue like in the pictures? Also the 392 is about half an inch taller than a V6 Rubi but the ground clearance is listed as about half an inch lower. Must be an that go fast hardware.