I wonder why you can not option limited slip with max tow. I know some think it is a waste of money but I have had limited slip on my first wrangler and it worked well in many situations.
looking at the jeep.com build site they are showing a $100 increase ie $1095 but they are not showing it includes trac loc.The axle used in Max Tow models is the same axle as the Rubicon, minus the Tru-Lok differentials. So, FCA would have to retrofit those with Trac-Lok in order to offer that option. It's cost prohibitive.
However, very recently I suppose people bitched and griped enough, and so now the Max Towing package is $200 more expensive and it includes Trac-Lok.
I'm glad I ordered last year. Trac-Lok, sometimes affectionately known as "Trash-Lok", is terrible for icy, slippery roads. It tends to swing the rear end out, rather than pushing it foward.
The website “build your own” always lags behind any price or package updates.looking at the jeep.com build site they are showing a $100 increase ie $1095 but they are not showing it includes trac loc.
nice. I have scoured my local dealers ie within 300 mile or so radius and so far none have popped up yet with the most current max tow. I see a lot with the increase to 1095 but none with the limited slip added.The website “build your own” always lags behind any price or package updates.