I have a RetraxPro MX on my 2018 and my 2022 - stake pockets are completely covered on both and my rails are parallel.
There is an optical illusion if you look at the outside edges of the rails because they are contoured/tapered to follow the exterior bed rail.
Measure the distance between the...
I have a Retrax MX Pro roll up tonneaus on my 2018 and 2022. Couldn’t be happier. They have a version that is compatible with an exterior rail system as well.
Nick (@Nick@GotExhaust) here has supplied both of mine. Can’t beat his prices or service, in my opinion.
I don’t have any interference with the lower hose when running the 20-820 with the 6.4 in my 2018 Power Wagon.
The only issue I had with it was getting it in and out due to the limited space in that area.
I only prefer the 20-500 over the 20-820 because it’s easier to maneuver in and out.
For me, the 10-48 just felt like it was too small.
The 20-820 is larger, both in diameter and length and it will fit. It was just a little more difficult to get in and out.
The 20-500 is the same diameter as the 10-48, just longer.
I can confirm my 2018 Power Wagon with the 6.4 will do exactly that - go pedal down, turn the key, cranks without firing for 15-20 seconds. I do it every time it has sat in the garage for a few days before I start it.
Don’t forget the Fram Ultra that crosses to the RP 20-500. P/N: XG10575.
The bypass on the Fram is 16-28psi and the 20-500 is 18-22psi (according to BITOG Post #35). Slightly higher than the other Fram and RP filters that fit our trucks.
I’ll admit that I’ve been highly critical on here about how FCA has handled this recall (I still think they are handling it poorly), what often appears to be arbitrary handling of reimbursements, as well as RamCares and their ability to do anything on the subject matter. As far as RamCares is...
I had the same problem in my 2018 Power Wagon. I also had the same problem in my 2009 Trailblazer SS when it was new and never had an issue with it after and it was still rock solid when I sold it in 2015. I tried the same solution on my PW that I used on my SS.
First I pulled the Velcro off...
You are correct, my claim was rejected because the welds has already been completed and they considered the ‘repair’ to be complete.
The issue for me is that the ‘repair’ isn’t a proper repair at all. It’s a band-aid by a multi-billion dollar company that could do the right and install the...
For those of you with Duraflap flaps installed, did you install paint protection film on your fender lip or flares prior to installing?
If not, has anyone experienced or seen any damage to the pain beneath when the flaps have been removed?
My flaps are coming today and I figured I would ask...
Sounds like it could be a phasing issue. Make sure you re-verify that you have all your speakers in-phase (essentially the cones are all moving in the same direction) all positive poles are connected to positives and all negative poles are connected to negatives.
This may still need to be...