Its true. The engine is behind the front axle which makes our Jeeps a mid engine design. You can win bets in bars with that one
Hmmm, I think you’re right,…and...if one looks at the Wrangler from the back then the rear axle is in front of the engine…and if one looks from the side then the axle and engine are side by side…so,... Perhaps this thread just needs some verbal ejaculation from strongly opinionated people who have no pertinent knowledge or relevant experience regarding the topic coupled with poor social or communication skills to furiously post hyperbole and insult until the thread reaches epic proportions.That would be great; I love those threads! BTW, which oil is best for the mid-engined Wrangler conventional or synthetic?
If you are using synthetic 20w50, you can stretch those intervals to at least 500 miles. You obviously haven't done enough research on this forum. Oh well. Your Jeep, your money. As long as you are happy.Mid engine 4x4 should only run mobile synthetic 20w50. Change it every 300 miles or you are an idiot. Also, make sure to spray fluid film on it weekly, or the entire vehicle will rust completely away before the warranty expires.
Use amsoil (don't matter what kind, I use 2 stroke injection oil) and your good for about three kajillion between changesIf you are using synthetic 20w50, you can stretch those intervals to at least 500 miles. You obviously haven't done enough research on this forum. Oh well. Your Jeep, your money. As long as you are happy.
That's because no one has attained 88 mph in a Wrangler and lived to tell about it.Suprised no one has mentioned the Flux capacitor and what happens when you reach 88 mph