I'm confused....I thought you were waiting for parts and it had been over a month? Are you talking about non clutch recall related parts?Has not even been tested yet lol. I don't think I will. The Jeep pulls hard in every gear..even lugging a gear with a lot of throttle
Hi, ChattVol is right! You have to have the clutch test done before the parts are ordered. Not every Jeep needs every recall part.I’m just waiting for whatever parts they ordered. Assume the sleeve.
Thought everyone got the protective sleeve? ..to prevent the air bubble issues in the first place?Hi, ChattVol is right! You have to have the clutch test done before the parts are ordered. Not every Jeep needs every recall part.
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It was explained that everyone gets the sleeve, their clutch bled and a clutch test. The sleeve is a simple fire prevention measure and bleeding the clutch is to remove any bubbles. If the hose leaks after they're bleeding it, they'll order a hose. If it fails the clutch test, they'll order a replacement clutch.Thought everyone got the protective sleeve? ..to prevent the air bubble issues in the first place?
I can maybe see a need for a rancho/Metalcloak front diff skid to protect the drain bolt if you rock crawl alot. In the rear, the pumpkin is made of thick cast steel....virtually impossible to do meaningful damage to it. IMHO, a rear diff skid isnt needed and Metalcloak did a good job marketing it. Look at the folks who wheel hard on YouTube...vast majority aren't running diff skids unless they're paid to run it.Looks good.
Thoughts on Diff skids?