Sorry for your troubles. Just FYI for all visiting PA. Apparently they don’t care about mirrors here. The statute where they get us IS the doors. Vehicle must be equipped as it left factory. Only exception was the Jeep (don’t remember designation) that came without doors (1960’s). I was lucky to...
Finally was brave enough to remove the doors. (Front only) I need to make a mount in my one trailer to store them out of the elements as my garage has no available wall space. It was a blast.
Did a tour of the local National Park.
I recall reading an article that stated those fender fill pieces are mandatory in Europe (EU) not sure where else.
Part safety and I believe part EPA for mpg. Apparently helps cheat the wind a small %. Enough so that CAFE standards were met. Im not a fan of the look.
OK, prolly going to jinx myself here. No chips so far & while on the interstates I think it does a reasonable good job with regard to the insects.
Prolly the same amount as on my old F150 with the raked back windscreen.
I never had a deflector on the F150.
Your results may vary ;)
Finally took the whole lid off & took the family for an enjoyable ride. Great weather. Was really surprised at how little wind buffeting and noise there was. Jeep did a nice job on this aero brick .:rock:
I’m torn between the Mopar stock Rubi bumper and the venator. I have a mile marker winch from my F150 I’m hoping that will fit the dimensions.
I’m stuck with the plastic Overland one currently. Looks great @Indavis01 .
Wonder what the weight difference of the 2 bumpers are...need to...
Hang in there guys. The Gladiator is my first Jeep coming from F150s. I enjoy this
vehicle very much and do all the same chores with it as my other trucks. It’s worthy of the wait.
To the guys & gals at the FCA plants my hats off to ya. It’s trying times for all.
For sure some adjustments...
I don’t think the factory will do that. They’re not like Porsche when you bring bags of $ to the “wishes “ dept.
Have you considered a vinyl wrap.
Should be a little easier to reverse if it wasn’t what you envisioned.