This.Maybe they just should have just swapped in the entire new rear complete axle and called it a day
I had the same thought. Jeep wouldn’t let them. The dealer would have come out of pocket on it. I also asked if I could pay the difference for a 60.Maybe they just should have just swapped in the entire new rear complete axle and called it a day
Lithia. I won’t go to the Carson dealer ever again…to buy or to service.Is that Lithia? or did you drive to Carson?
Good to knowLithia. I won’t go to the Carson dealer ever again…to buy or to service.
That is just so fuckin stupid.Well, Jeep literally sent a complete rear axle housing with all internals, then refused to allow the dealer just to swap it across. So, I’m back to my old blinking status until Jeep sends a “partial” axle setup that only has the diff and stuff.
Ha! I’d welcome the light in that case.If you get a check engine light, maybe they’ll send you a 392…
Probably a few weeks. Not too bad. The JT is still drivable.Sorry to hear about the issues, hopefully they will get you fixed up soon. Do you have an ETA on when the new one will arrive?
That’s cool, is a local fab shop doing it?Should have my quote within a couple of days for a custom aluminum, rectangular tube, 3/4 height rack for the JT. Very excited to finally move part of this project forward.
Yes, in Boise. They sell RTT’s and other stuff and have a shop that makes custom racks for tents. We spent some time talking about the pros and cons of steel v aluminum, rectangle v round, different heights, etc. The fab guy seemed to know what he was talking about.That’s cool, is a local fab shop doing it?
Picking up some dry flies and heading out one night this weekend (I hope).Looks great brah…south fork of the Boise river is calling you…