Meh, it did get pretty dirty from off-roading with the doors off, so I'll consider it a free bath lol. Also it has seat covers and all weather floor mats. We've been getting scattered thunderstorms off and on in Denver the last few weeks. Nothing like back in TX where it full on thunderstorms all day for a weekRuh-roh!😟
Man that sucks, hopefully the next shop is slightly cheaper, does a better job, and is just as nice!Jeep back home again. While I gotta say the people/owner at the shop were nice, and they have a super nice facility/large building, I won't be using them again. They got the alignment done, double checked all my bolts, cool. One of the things I was originally miffed about was that they didn't chop off the axle side welds and weld in the new ones. The owner spoke with me today and explained why, which I'm cool with just they should have updated me originally. Ok miscommunication. They kept the factory mounts because I believe he said the pinion angle was just fine at 10*. Cool I'm ok with that. Only wanted them chopped so the angle was right and if you're saying it's good, as is I'm good.
The main issue was they didn't fully seat the mid pipe to the y pipe, and there's notches on both ends, it was maybe 1/3 seated with an obvious leak. The other was they reused my original muffler, after I specifically said no less than three times it was too big for the space since the Evo kit moved the sway bar location and the muffler was rubbing/bouncing on it. Well they still reused the factory muffler and said that they noticed the exhaust hanger bracket was bent so the adjusted it not to hit. And said if it still is bring it back. Ok...as long as it's not running or clanking still...
Overall I'd say 6.5/10. My expectations were at an 11 based on the bill.
Little if anything. It'll just sound cool lol. This jeep is the most underpowered vehicle I've owned in the last 10 years lol.I'll be curious to see what, if any, percived affect it has on performance...