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motorbreath

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Thanks. I would like to do a Nanny bypass on Sway bar & ABS someday. But I would really like to Bypass the lockers. At least they changed it. So we can lock the rear in 2 Wheel Drive.
I kinda do too, just so I can lock up in the middle of an obstacle/mud pit without having to think about it beforehand. Aside from that, I haven't really had the issues the 4th gen guys always complain about when it comes to locking. Usually the rear locks in under 2 seconds and the front maybe a few seconds after that
 

olyelr

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Thanks. I would like to do a Nanny bypass on Sway bar & ABS someday. But I would really like to Bypass the lockers. At least they changed it. So we can lock the rear in 2 Wheel Drive.


Yea I dont think he has a kit for the locker setup in the ‘19+ trucks. Last I read, until people started ******** about the new setup not working, he wasnt even gonna work on one.
 

Big Cheddar

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2020 PW
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6.4 Liter Hemi
Yea I dont think he has a kit for the locker setup in the ‘19+ trucks. Last I read, until people started ******** about the new setup not working, he wasnt even gonna work on one.
I don't think the issues we have are quite as pronounced as what the 2018's back were dealing with. I have had the rear lock almost instantly. And I've had it take a bit. Fronts usually take a bit. But I haven't opened the Pumpkins yet either. I will probably do that. When I get back from Montana , late next Month. I only have a little over 1,400 Miles on her right now. It's about 1,800 each way. The rear should be settled in by then. I plan on going up there through Colorado, Utah & Idaho during the first week of April. If I have to use 4 Wheel Drive. That will help the front. If I don't . I will probably open it up, and clean out what I see anyway. I've put it in 4 Wheel Drive. But only a few times on my property.
 

TerrysWagon

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Welcome and congrats! Pics when you get it!
 

AngryPills

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2019
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Cancel your order and wait for the updated 6.4 that just came out in the new jeep, it should be 2023 engine in the PW.
 

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Congrats and welcome. Good time to start gathering mods while waiting for it to arrive. Let us know if we can help with anything. We offer just about everything like, exhaust, bed covers, intakes, side steps, throttle response controllers, suspension, etc...
 

AngryPills

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Just to be clear I’m not talking about the SRT engine I’m talking about the one that just came out in the jeep Wagoneer which looks like it’s a direct update from our 6.4 engine. I’m guessing this is their answer to the Godzilla.
Seems unlikely. Would be awesome. But unlikely.
 

RCSB88

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Just to be clear I’m not talking about the SRT engine I’m talking about the one that just came out in the jeep Wagoneer which looks like it’s a direct update from our 6.4 engine. I’m guessing this is their answer to the Godzilla.
Interesting. Any literature you saw discussing this?
 

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