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Thread: Dashboard Warping??

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    must be common. My 16' got it a tiny bit and i had them warranty it at 25k. Thats even on a jeep that sits in the garage and never really bakes in the sun. Maybe super glue it down?
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    well shit, need to check the 2015 next time my daughter comes home to visit

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    Yea I would say it was lifted about 3/8". You could see it mainly when you looked in the front windshield.
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    well shit, need to check the 2015 next time my daughter comes home to visit
    '16 Wranlger Unlimited Rubicon Hard Rock- Coilovers on 37s with all the supporting hardware.

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