January 2021 order guide has been uploaded to first post:Morning. Any idea when the 2021 Jan Ordering guide should come out? Looking to place an order ASAP and wondering if its worth waiting. Thx!
Never trust the online build and price. It is always incorrect and outdated.I’m kind of pulling my hair out here. I put money down on a diesel Rubicon. The website build and price shows the spray in bedliner available. It is not... unless you get the Pentastar. The Pentastar and diesel come down the same assembly line, right?
The dealership says not to worry about it and just have a Line-X sprayed in.
That will be challenging spraying around the lights, 110 outlet, hooks, and trail rail system. To do this correctly is about $200 more than the factory spray in.
My question and concern is that if Jeep has decided that a spray in bedliner is a good idea on the gasoline motor and a bad idea on the diesel motor, wouldn’t it also be a bad idea for me to spray it in after the fact? What am I missing?
I told the dealership to hold my deposit and sit tight while this gets figured out.
The official letter I got today from Jeep simply states that the bedliner is not available in the diesel and to contact my dealership.
Uhhhh. Did they seriously not understand the question? Or, like the trailer brake controller, is this another question they’re going to refuse to answer?
If anybody has any thoughts, I am all ears.
Depends where you are. My 3 closest LINE-X shops quoted $700 for just the standard version.I took my JT to a Line-X shop and they did the bed for $525... so not that much ore than having it done in production. Definitely not $200... and it's got a lifetime warranty. I mean, it sucks that they don't seem to be able to do it and you'd have to do it yourself, but its really not that hard to do afterwards.
I meant $200 over the cost of the factory spray in. I’m getting quotes of around $650. I guess I will go that route. I’m eager to get this going.I took my JT to a Line-X shop and they did the bed for $525... so not that much ore than having it done in production. Definitely not $200... and it's got a lifetime warranty. I mean, it sucks that they don't seem to be able to do it and you'd have to do it yourself, but its really not that hard to do afterwards.