Absolutely, it's always better to go with another person for spotting on the trails. I used to go to Uwharrie a couple years ago when I owned an '11 JKU. It's a great time for entry level trails and challenging trails.I just moved to NC, lmk if you want some company out at Uwarrie.. have yet to go and excited to try when mine comes in
I just received the text from my dealer that I can pick it up this afternoon. 9-weeks exactly from order date to pick-up. I was quoted at 8-10 weeks, so I don’t think my salesman could have made a better prediction.I got an update from my dealer today that my Jeep left the factory at 3:08AM this morning! If all goes as planned, it’s expected to arrive on 11/21! I’m not holding my breath it will get here that quickly, but before Thanksgiving would be…. Gravy!….
unfortunately, I think it's a false positive, the software that drives the status has some bugs.Interesting, I didn't think any 22's were being built yet!
No build sheet comes up. I don't think any 2022's have been built, but weird it shows that for mine.unfortunately, I think it's a false positive, the software that drives the status has some bugs.
trying adding your VIN to the end of this URL and pasting it in a browser to see if you have a build sheet