So I took my Jeep to Windrock about a month ago and it overheated twice on me in 4HI so I used the tazer to keep the fan going on high and it did fine the rest of the time. Hasn't done it again until yesterday on my way home from work just as I pulled up to my house in 2HI. No warning just bam...
I don't have a rattle necessarily but from a stop with light acceleration right at around 4ish mph there's a vibration for a moment that sounds like it's the exhaust. Just noticed a couple days ago. Not sure if it's normal or not
Getting transferred to another city about 35 mins away next week. Hopefully the highway driving improves it a bit or might end up having to move closer or take the wife's car to work and let her drive my JT. Her job is 5 mins away.
Are you using the Mopar lift front LCAs with it in the middle hole on the front bracket? I just installed the rancho brackets and haven't checked my caster yet. Definitely feels better but got a lot bouncier on the road.
Edit: nevermind. I didn't read very well 😂
For me it was JKS or Rancho. I went with Rancho. I haven't installed them yet but they are way beefier than I thought they'd be. Also like others said they have different holes for lift sizes and completely welded into one piece
I did 5.13 a month or so ago and the transmission slows me down more than my brakes do sometimes. Depends how hard I press or if I feather the brake. I have 35s though as I haven't upgraded to 37s just yet.
Mine came with the Mopar lift and 35s so not a big deal I suppose. Just didn't know if they had any uses other than towing. Particularly off road or handling on road wise. Will be going to 37s next time though. Debating keeping the lift and changing to Rubi fenders or keeping the fenders and...
I didn't know about max tow when I got mine so I made sure it had the limited slip, HD cooling, and bigger alternator. Mine has everything except the 4.10 ratio (5.13 now) and wide axles. Other than towing, do the axles help with anything else?