Ran into this before with my wife's Subaru. Had to take it into the Safelite shop, and then they wanted to charge a grand for replacement and recalibration.Well WTF...
I wait 2 weeks for Safelite to come replace my windshield. The tech shows up today and tells me he's not allowed to replace my windshield because the Jeep is lifted and he won't be able to recalibrate the adaptive cruise control. Nevermind mind the vehicle is designed to take the windshield off & on...
I’m glad someone has had a good experience with @ORACLElights. I’d never buy their products again because of their service.FYI I installed my bumper lights from Oracle on my 2020 JLUR without removing the bumper. It was pretty easy using several extensions with a 1/4" ratchet and socket (I didn't even use a universal joint). Putting the bolt back in was slightly trickier. I put a pebble inside the socket, then taped the edge of the washer on the bolt to the socket just enough to hold it but loose enough that it would release once it started threading on. Key was the right sized pebble lol. My biggest issue at the moment is the pins in the plug-n-play harness.. but working with Oracle on it (GREAT customer service BTW!). I had to trim my drivers side light to fit but they say the new edition lights no longer need trimming.
Terrel, we are sorry to see this. If we can assist further or have a manager review your case, we are happy to do so. Please feel free to PM directly with your information if so.
Driving doorless invites a ~$100 fine in PA; the language in our Vehicle Code is very plain as it concerns a door requirement for road-going vehicles.Added some foot pegs, side mirrors l, and a mesh top.
I bought one for both sides, and I assumed that I mounted them correctly, but after seeing the other post has me wondering. I just looked at the Gibson website, and I am the one who doesn't know how to follow instructions. Not sure if I'm going to change it or not since it seems to work fine the way I did it.Mine is like this one, but it is on the passenger side, so it looks like the mirror image of the top picture (two posts above).
That sticker is slick..... I picked a T-Rex. Anyone interested in similar stickers for their windshield, etc., (there are many to chose from) go here where a fellow Jl Wrangler forum member has them for sale... he makes them. Th price for same is very reasonable and the quality is very good.@Joedirt
Quick simple mod today
Pa vehicle code always pissed me off there. The one that drove me nuts was bumper height, if you paid 15 more a year for truck registration you got 10 more inches or something.Driving doorless invites a ~$100 fine in PA; the language in our Vehicle Code is very plain as it concerns a door requirement for road-going vehicles.
That said, I've seen just enough Wranglers doing so* that I'm willing to take a chance. And so yet another accessory -- mirrors -- has been added to my To Buy list.
*Possibly, my living within easy driving distance to Rausch Creek has something to do with it. This morning, for example, I observed a crap-ton of first generation Broncos (66-77) being driven and towed toward RC. To a vehicle, they were all "built".