@MadDog27Just got the snap caps for the key holes in the doors. I thought there was one on the tailgate but I guess they don’t put those anymore.
I didn’t know there wasn’t a key slot in the tailgate until now but I like the cleaner look.
seems like it would be a pain but it wasn’t too bad. Just take off the panels either side and loosen the connecting ones, then remove the panel holding the done light to access the four bolts to remove the soundbar. Takes about 15 minutes. Search for these speakers on YouTube and there’s a long installation video someone posted that goes into detail for removing the soundbarHow involved was the removal of the soundbar?
I think so. Especially if you have the base system and just want better sound without the hassle and expense of adding an amplifier. Though I do plan to add one in the future. For sure, they’re not cheap but they are top quality and fit perfect. The biggest draw for me, outside of looks and quality of sound, was that they are also made to give you less lost sound with the roof and doors off.I was looking at getting these but the price ... do you feel that it was worth it?
I'm very impressed with the Mopar lift! Very smooth on the road/highway. While driving, I tend to forget that I lifted my Jeep because there is zero decrease in drive quality / feels like stock. It's also nice to know that my warranty won't be effected.How do you like the Mopar lift. On and off road? I am researching options even just a spacer lift, so undecided.