What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

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I dropped her off at the dealer, I woke up and found transmission fluid dripping from the skid pate. She's only 450 miles old :(. The technician said the rear seal on Transmission wasn't properly seated or wasn't even installed. I'm really confused on the whole wasn't installed piece. luckily the dealership is taking care of it quickly and with no hassle, I'm going through withdrawals having to drive this Cherokee around! I'm not complaining about though, I had a similar issue on my '13 Silverado when I purchased it brand new. Anything that gets mass produce is going to have QC issues.
 

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I was due a $1600 refund on the massive amount I paid in this year...but when I switched jobs I took out my 401k to pay off all my bills and pay the down payment on my JLU. Paid taxes on it when I did. However, since the IRS is allowed to enforce financial morality, they demanded a "penalty" payment that ate my refund and required an additional $3400. So I had to put that on a credit card and get a debt consolidation loan at a lower rate to pay that off. The federal government is nothing more than legal organized crime sometimes.
Your statement contains a falsehood, easily rectified by deleting the last word...
 

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The link says "Don't fit JLU Rubicon" Strange.
I believe they were referring to fitment when the optional subwoofer is installed. If you read over the entire product description you'll see its filled with errors, but it will survive a slap test and remain soft! ;)

Honestly it does seem like a decent item for the right application, but buyers just need to see what they're getting.
 

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How's it amazing? The white light in the sky is way overdone. I had an issue like this when I was taking lots of HDR back in 2013. I figured out if I made 2 layers and ran hdr and then you can go back and erase the overdone artifacts from the sky with eraser tool.
Dude it's an app, it does everything for you. I'm not trying to be a freakn professional photographer here.. they don't make enough money LOL

Are you trying to be funny? I think that its a good picture.
It is lol

This is the problem with modern day photography. All post processing is way over done but it's the norm now I guess.
Yeah, they make apps that do it for you now, whether it be overdone or not, it's not like I personally edited the photo in a poorly lit basement photo lab somewhere lol

And this is how you’re gonna have us all picture you from now on :) lol
I guess so haha

*At the end of the day the sky does look neat in that photo. I'm just a redneck with a somewhat 'smart' phone haha..
 

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sighted in the trailers Im planning to tow with the jeep. Got tired of jumping in and out 3 or 4 times because you can't see the actual hitch ball and coupler like our other vehicles, just the tire line. So I drew a line on all the trailer couplers in relation to tire line view on backup mode, now its one and done, perfect every time ....

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I believe they were referring to fitment when the optional subwoofer is installed. If you read over the entire product description you'll see its filled with errors, but it will survive a slap test and remain soft! ;)

Honestly it does seem like a decent item for the right application, but buyers just need to see what they're getting.
If you take notice, someone in the reviews has the JLU with subwoofer and it gets in the way some. They mention that it "doesnt fit with the subwoofer"

I think this is all they mean by that. They are some asian company using some bad translator for description. The good thing about Amazon is that its easy to return things for full refund. Took a chance and it was good
 

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With our temperature finally warming up I'm eager to get my Jeep ready. I know I'm physically able to wrestle it off but who knows when I'll not be able to? After learning a lot from these threads I settled on the Racor lift & Topsy Products brackets.

It took me longer to clean all the crap out of the rafters than it did to install the unit. My wife even caught the first lift off the body. We then took a little ride through the neighborhood. (I'm thinking she's down with the tube doors! )

I also cleaned up and organized all my work benches and tools. Time to install the rest! I've been waiting all winter to use my garage.

I also fixed that loose headliner panel.

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