GVWR - 2021 JLUR SRT 392

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Does anyone know what the 2021 JLUR SRT 392 GVWR is? I'm hoping its over 6000... @JeepCares





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It will be 3,500 just like all the other ones from what I've been told. It's not the engine that makes the difference. It's the frame, suspension, and the driveline.
 
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Has to be different. JLURD is over 6000 gvwr and the 3.6 is at 5800
 

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Ok, I'm sorry. I thought you were talking tow capacity. That's what I get for not reading the whole thing. My guess would be around 6,500.
 

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It’s going to be VERY close...the 3.0 adds about 350lbs over the 3.6 and only goes over 6000 in rubicon trim due to the skid plates. The 6.4 is about 250lbs added to the 3.6 so you better hope that fancy intake and exhaust add enough to reach section 179 territory.
 
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It’s going to be VERY close...the 3.0 adds about 350lbs over the 3.6 and only goes over 6000 in rubicon trim due to the skid plates. The 6.4 is about 250lbs added to the 3.6 so you better hope that fancy intake and exhaust add enough to reach section 179 territory.
Exactly.. hoping the dual exhaust and standard steel bumper group help too. Pulled the trigger this morning. Figure one way or the other I’ll have one. Just sucks I have a diesel coming in for Christmas (replacing my 2019 jlur project), so might be enjoying two presents to myself. Wife will not be happy, but my kid will love it. Hahaha thanks for the logic check!
 

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Exactly.. hoping the dual exhaust and standard steel bumper group help too. Pulled the trigger this morning. Figure one way or the other I’ll have one. Just sucks I have a diesel coming in for Christmas (replacing my 2019 jlur project), so might be enjoying two presents to myself. Wife will not be happy, but my kid will love it. Hahaha thanks for the logic check!
Anyone rocking a 3.0 and a 6.4 in the same garage is a legend in my book. I tried and failed to convince my wife to rock a 392 next to my JLURD. :CWL:
 

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6100. I can't find where I read it but that's what it said. I thought it was on the press release but I couldn't find it to verify.
 
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6100. I can't fin where I read it but that's what it said. I thought it was on the press release but I couldn't find it to verify.
Thanks @TheMike If you remember where you saw it, please post it.
 

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I have put my JLUR with Mopar 2" lift, AEV Borah's, 315's, RSE plus skids, plus more. It's only 5100. Used 3 different scales in Oregon.
GVWR never mind......

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