took it into the dealer for it's 30k service. went in with a low tire on the front left. asked them to not adjust the tire pressures (i run at 32). came out with the low tire still on the front left, meaning the lube tech didn't do the tire rotation. need to go back and bitch at the service manager.
makes me wonder how much of the rest of the service they didn't do.
Installed some Dee Zee brackets and a DIY shelf for light weight items. Added some LEDs under the shelf which do a good job; just need to tidy up the wiring and trim the trim to make it sit flush again.
Gave the Jeep a well deserved wash, cleaned the interior and gave the leather a much needed balm application.
Also, I took out the Moparslush mats and put the factory carpeted floor mats back in. I am tired of cleaning those black plastic mats to have them look completely filthy after only five minutes.
I don’t understand what Mopar tried to do with those mats: the flat surface shows dirt, scuffs and scratches right away; it is a nuisance. I think I will put them up for sale and get ones with deeper grooves, like those from Quadratec.
went in with a low tire on the front left.
asked them to not adjust the tire pressures (i run at 32).
came out with the low tire still on the front left.
need to go back and bitch at the service manager.
Finally starting to get some goodies in so I can start to armor up. Rugged Ridge HD Stubby and Smitty winch. And I can say that winch is REALLY TIGHT! Ended up having to pull the grill to get it to drop i to place. And the Greenlane sliders/steps are pretty nice. By far the best packaging I've seen ever come off a Fedex truck. The fitment on the passenger side was a shade off, so it took some heat to bend the bracket out to line up.