Haha I know for a fact they don't wash my Jeep, but they sure are quick to ask me "Oh you take your TH offroad?" It's definitely more than just my mind at work, I know my Jeep through and through (will have been driving just this and my wife's Chrokee Sport for 2 years this Dec), know exactly how it responds when I'm turning, accelerating, decelerating, how it'll "bump" when I hit a pothole or anything really. Right after an oil change I get the smoothest response time, my shifting doesn't change but I definitely feel the difference, it helps to have a good baseline, as soon as my idler pulley started squeaking (now replaced and nice and quiet again) I felt that difference too since mud and gunk had wedged in there, maybe it's my mechanic background I dunno, but it helps to know your vehicle with all its little tics and changes. I also feel when one of the tires is lower than normal.
2014 | 4-Banger Trailhawk | Billet silver | Black leather interior | Convenience & Cold weather package
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