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12-17-2006 12:43 AM
AzTJ depends, did you get an Auto in the Rubi? Manual in the MJ?

Last summer when I test drove a Rubicon it did seem a little slugish with the auto, but it has the power. I might just be the 4:11's in it... plus I think the Rubicons wiegh more than an MJ.
12-16-2006 11:26 PM
rubin
engine power

I just purchased a new 2006 rubican. The engine seem to be lacking power, at least when compaired to my 92 comanche. My chomanche has 275,000 miles on it and the engine is much stronger than my rubican with 3000 miles on it. It this normal?
Thanks for any info.::o

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