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Has any one got their 392 Extreme Recon yet?

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Mine finally showed up yesterday. July order.
 

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As the old saying goes…pics or it didn’t happen! Let’s see those XR 392’s guys!

Ordered my XR 392 this morning:rock:
Congrats! Who did you end up going with?
 

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Good to know. Still trying to determine if I should eventually regear. It’s honestly not too bad right now so I’m not sure if it’s worth breaking the warranty.
How are the BFG's? I was thinking of going to a bigger tire? If I need a regear I was going to wait for the Mopar 4.56 ratio to be released
 

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How are the BFG's? I was thinking of going to a bigger tire? If I need a regear I was going to wait for the Mopar 4.56 ratio to be released
Love tires. Lightest 37s on the market. No major issues but I have an issue with the jeep pulling to the right and I’m not sure if it’s the tires or not. I think I will be gear like you said if Mopar releases 4.56 option. It would be cool if the warranty could be maintained.
 

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Love tires. Lightest 37s on the market. No major issues but I have an issue with the jeep pulling to the right and I’m not sure if it’s the tires or not. I think I will be gear like you said if Mopar releases 4.56 option. It would be cool if the warranty could be maintained.
As long as the dealership installs them it shouldn't be a problem and even if they don't there shouldn't be an issue
 

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As long as the dealership installs them it shouldn't be a problem and even if they don't there shouldn't be an issue
I HIGHLY doubt warranty will stay intact. MAYBE you’ll get a dealer to say they will honor the warranty but I really doubt it. The leveling kit in my Ram has caused them to fight me on a few things. Things they wouldn’t have said a word about two years ago. How can anyone expect them to honor the warranty after the axles have been opened up? At that point it’s only as good as the installer. I’ve heard locker failures constitute a new axle assembly, which makes me think they don’t have faith in dealer installs or Dana doesn’t warranty anything once the seal has been broken
 

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I HIGHLY doubt warranty will stay intact. MAYBE you’ll get a dealer to say they will honor the warranty but I really doubt it. The leveling kit in my Ram has caused them to fight me on a few things. Things they wouldn’t have said a word about two years ago. How can anyone expect them to honor the warranty after the axles have been opened up? At that point it’s only as good as the installer. I’ve heard locker failures constitute a new axle assembly, which makes me think they don’t have faith in dealer installs or Dana doesn’t warranty anything once the seal has been broken
This is exactly what I would have guessed. I still would like to drive an XR to see if it’s any different or if I could even tell.
 

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This is exactly what I would have guessed. I still would like to drive an XR to see if it’s any different or if I could even tell.
Just speculating since I have no firsthand experience with one yet either, but I would guess that the .5 second improvement in zero to 60 (4.0 vs 4.5) would be enough to register on the old "butt-o-meter". ?
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