That's horrible. Nails on a chalkboard. I had to stop watching.Just to underscore the point, even driving through this wonderful tunnel of love, the factory antenna held up just fine.
LOL - it was even painful for me to watch again.That's horrible. Nails on a chalkboard. I had to stop watching.
I never had an issue with my antenna. I'm old; I still listen to the radio occationally. It is free, after all.
That's because you're tallI hate stuff across the upper top of my windshield. Banners, stickers, and such in the upper 1/3 drive me crazy.
anti-stubbite are you? LOLI might be weird but I like the look of an “old school” antenna that sticks way up into the sky and whips around as you fly through the desert. I still run an OE-ish length AM/FM antenna on my Jeep along with a 3’ CB antenna out the back too.
I think all this move is gonna do is cost A LOT more to replace and is something I think Jeep would capitalize on given the amount of windshields of theirs get replaced.
This isn’t to say I haven’t had it get caught on a branch and whip violently into my door frame or a-pillar paint (there is a single circular chip from one occasion ) but I just don’t like the look of a stubby and I even still need a signal since it doesn’t have Bluetooth and I use a 12V outlet adapter that tunes to 90.1 FM. Lol, or I’ll use CDs if I want crisp sound quality.
I’m also still on my original windshield
I looked at a couple of JT's that had that, my JLU has rear visor autodim and the size of that bothers me.
I’m sure you do like the stubby ones…Nah, keep it off the window. Stock or stubby all the way… and definitely no bullets. I personally prefer the stubby ones.
I test drove some and sat in more before I got mine. All of them had the adaptive Cruise, when I picked mine up I thought the windshield seemed bigger than I remembered from the test drives. (mine does not have it). It is definitely noticeable!Not gonna lie, I thought I would get used to it but I haven't. The worst is when I go from something like Moby or our new Gladiator which doesn't have it and then get back in one of the other Jeeps that dose
Is there anything useful on AM radio any more?No one wants AM radio until there is a traffic jam or natural disaster. Then everyone is trying to remember which station to tune to.
A quick search turned up a few things. “Is there anything useful on AM radio any more?
Survived the week of Texas deep freeze with 2 hours of heat per day.
The only communication we received was from the natural gas company, and the email recommended lowering the temperature on our water heater in order to save energy.
And this is while our elderly neighbor was soaking in hot water from his water heater just to stay alive!
So what info is the totally distinctional local government going to provide via AM radio, which they are already not providing via our cell phones (while they still had a charge)?
It is really not possible to watch TV when there is no power.