Questions / requests for LA Auto Show reveal?

  1. JAY

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    #1 Nov 26, 2018
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    Pricing! I think we are all anxious about this aspect!

    Tow rating?
    Order banks open?
    Delivery time frame
    First colors that will be available

    Just firm up this stuff and I’ll be set!
     
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    #3 Nov 26, 2018
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    Demension of the bed and if tread lightly will apply to this vehicle?
    I’d like to see how the rear suspension is setup.
     
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    3.0 delivery date.
     
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    Will there be a storage system for the hard top in or on the bed?
     
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    What are we looking at for lifts? Is it really on the Ram 1500 chassis and, if so, will existing Ram lifts bolt up or are we looking at modifications needed?
     
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    1. When will we get pricing information?
    2. When will the media embargo begin and how long will it last?
    3. When do order banks officially open?
    4. When does production officially start?
    5. Will there be an optional rear locking differential on non-Rubicon models?
    6. Is there a locking mechanism or lock provision on the spare tire?
    7. When are they going to give us a factory V8 option? haha
    8. How durable (brand) is the factory spray in bedliner and is it under warranty if factory ordered?
     
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    I second the factory V8 (5.7l)
     
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    etorque/BSG what is the deal? I thought the 3.6 would have it in the JL but its not on the 2019 JL build and price tool. The technology must be working since its on the 3.6 in the Ram and the 2.0 JL. What was the reason its not on the 3.6 JL? Will it be on the 3.6 JT at launch? Is it still planned for a later date? Is it scrapped altogether?
     
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    My questions are:
    1 what kind of cabs are going to be offered
    2 what bed lengths will be offered
    3 will the diesel have a manual
     
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    We can answer those right now.

    1. 4 door quad cab is all they're offering for now.
    2. 5 foot bed is all they're offering right now.
    3. They will not offer a manual with anything but the 3.6 V6 gasser right now.
     
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    Things I would like to know are:

    - Soft top operation?
    - What the 2 hard tops are?
    - Mechanical differences from the JL?
    - Is the tonneau cover standard?
    - Will their be a bedliner option?
    - Any further plans for the JT’s chassis?
    - Any word on a 2 door?
     
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    Will the Rubicon have the same towing and payload as other versions?
    What is the wheelbase?
     
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    Sweet man! If you could I'll love to see what the frame Looks like, as well as the rear suspension (see what the ram inspired suspension looks like.) like where the control arms are located or if they used leaf springs in the rear. Any specific dimensions for the bed. Maybe even the rear axle,I'll like to see if they kept that anti-roll bar under diff like in the ram.
    Honestly though I'll be happy with anything you post bro. It's gonna be an exiting day! At least for me it'll be.
     
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    It is NOT on the Ram 1500 chassis. It's a unique chassis. JL based but different. Ram 1500 rear suspension, JL style front.
     
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    Will "Stop/Start" feature be able to be deactivated?
     
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    It’s going to operate just like in the Wrangler and other Jeeps. No reason they’d give it a permanent delete/disable feature.
     
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    I second this. Especially if the two hard tops are 1 with sliding window and 1 without. I prefer without sliding window, I would never use it anyways.
     
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    Can you fit 35 spare under the bed?
    What comes with tow package?
    Bed demotions?
    Will rear seats come out easy?
    Hight of one on 35's?
    Length bumper to bumper?

    Thanks Jay. Have a good time.
     
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    What are the back seat dimensions, bed dimensions, fold flat rear seats, rear seat recline, underseat storage, and front passenger front seat transmission tunnel footwell room? I noticed on the JL the front passenger has to have feet off-set a bit, I'd assume the same for the JT as well.
     
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