1 qt in 5000 miles, that's completely normal for just about any engine actually less than spec for a lot of engines
Depending on engine and condition you might get 750- 1000, I recently scrapped my daughter's 03 durango after she wrecked it, 4.7 liter 138k I had people standing in line for it at 500, sold it too cheap,Cleaned mine out to get it ready to sell. How much would you sell it for.
Tree landed on it. Runs perfectly, its a shame it took a tree to kill it.
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That looks like good work 👍Got my front shock and air bump mounts finished up and suspension cycled to double check clearance
I took quite a few photos, I'll try and get to a write up shortly, it involves rotating the tank and shortening the lines in several places, installing a new support bracket, chopping the existing mounting plate etc etc etc, but it worked pretty well, lots of extra clearanceQuestion sir. What did you do to raise it up?
I have replaced all the courtesy and map lights on my 2002 the leds have not been an issue,Yep! I've been researching a bit before hand, that was an issue that came up. I picked up a 4 pack of 50W 6ohm Load Resistors for like $8, no way I was spending $20 for 1 from the autoparts store.
The mount was just laying around the shop, I am not sure what it came out of, I used rivet nuts in the sheet metal to attach it. I cut a small slice into the grommet to feed them through and used rtv to seal the grommet back up, the grommets still sits in the factory hole.Did you fab that mount yourself?
Is the mount made from aluminum or steel?
How did you attach the mount to the Jeep?... ...Did you use Rivet Nuts, self-tapping bolts, pop-rivets or something else?
Does the grommet where the coax goes through stay sealed?
You name it, highest rare of car thefts per capita in the country, rught nowAre they hot wiring vehicles or is it carjacking and stealing keys that's mainly going on?