You might be totally correct, but gimme a break right??? once again, you dumped good $$ into this, and it's made not to withstand expansion and contraction??? That's enough for me to say "bad engineering"... the end
Sorry you TOFTT but I'm not getting mine now... I'll do something else funky...
I posted this same Q in the MOPAR forums with my VIN and they got back to me with everything I needed to know
Basically you'll need 2+ quarts, but you only FILL to 1/8" below your fill plug on level ground... depends on how much your drain out too.
I also bought one of these to use in getting...
Finally found the Powerstop Geomets selling by themselves, that was a trick... https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B0745RKQ18/?coliid=II44HXAQ325H4&colid=7FUNDZLZTTNJ&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it
I can just get Wagner OEX pads from O'reillys ... $72?? that sound about right
I had this in my wish list cuz I wanted Power Stop... https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B005UB96I6/?coliid=I1QJ9KUKND9DRM&colid=3EFH89G46Y0ME&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it
But should I get the Wagner pads instead???
Oil change today, then went into my MOPAR account and updated 'maintenance history'
Was gonna change my rear Diff oil at 44k but I took the cap off and that fluid was CLEAR, I didn't feel like messing with something that looked that good... I even bought this to clean out with...
I do too... I use MrPink but I'm gonna try one of the others soon.
I too have a medium pressure washer and a really good foam cannon... I like making suds
But I also don't rely on the foam alone, I have the 2 bucket system and wash with big head microfiber mitt on a stick
This has been my experience, our roads in MO are crowned sometimes horribly, it's hard to even find a FLAT road to test on
And if you are in the right lane pulling that trailer, you are tilted right anyway...