I totally agree with you.
I’ve personally paid out tens of millions on “hold m’beer and watch this” kind of stuff.
The litmus test is "did you know or should you have known". What a reasonably prudent person would have done/did.
If my bed is full of camping stuff, and I've got five guys going...
I do believe it is engineered for a bit more.
who ever sets the parameters is what ultimately decides the ratings.
I read that Australia JT’s are rated more for the same thing here in the U.S.
different government standards.
Edit: Aussie Rubicon is 1,527lbs payload
I did some digging and think it’s either some sort of electric pump to circulate coolant through the turbo (ala Alfa/abarth turbo technology) or it’s part of the fueling system keeping itself primed.
Seems odd it runs for so long at shut down.
Okay, so what, JD Power says it’s good.
CR says it’s good, whoop-d-doo.
If looked at individually.
When you get several singing it’s praises, then there just might be something to it.
I think there is something to it.
It is a hill descent control of sorts, same essential thing.
It will sound like your brakes and axles are grinding and breaking apart.
It is disconcerting the first few times. It is reall cool and works well going up and down.
For me, it shined going down long shelf roads in CO.
No, the electric pump noise is in the engine for circulating the turbo.
A separate noise could be heard behind the cab, that would be the def.
The quote from Garrett is correct. It is correct because it seems most turbo vehicles have a built in method to cool them.
The M5 will idle after you...
If you had 38x12.5 you’d probably have been okay. That extra width is probably it, along with backspacing.
I wish they made a 38”,39”,40” x 12.5”
A big-ish pizza cutter.
I’d be curious your backspacing, for sure.