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Old 10-18-2015, 06:44 PM
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When I park, I raise it up to OR2. If I park next to sedans, it blocks their doors. Some trucks are high enough that their doors would go over the rails though, so I just select my spot carefully.

Much easier to just park smart. I never park my vehicle where it would be susceptible to a door ding. For example when ever possible always park in an end spot. Hug the curb, or just some sort of end spot that can be hugged so that if any car was to park next to you on the one side their doors couldn't reach your car. Either that or just park way out in the lot. Never failed me yet in 18 years of driving. Plus getting in and out of the Jeep when its in OR2 is a pain in the ass, and puts a lot of wear on the leather seat bolster...and probably the air suspension, and looks goofy IMO sitting that high when parked lol.

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Re: Back in a Jeep ('15 Grand Cherokee High Altitude)

What is the brand of side step? Was it easy install? Look great!
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Re: Back in a Jeep ('15 Grand Cherokee High Altitude)

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Much easier to just park smart. I never park my vehicle where it would be susceptible to a door ding. For example when ever possible always park in an end spot. Hug the curb, or just some sort of end spot that can be hugged so that if any car was to park next to you on the one side their doors couldn't reach your car. Either that or just park way out in the lot. Never failed me yet in 18 years of driving. Plus getting in and out of the Jeep when its in OR2 is a pain in the ass, and puts a lot of wear on the leather seat bolster...and probably the air suspension, and looks goofy IMO sitting that high when parked lol.
Where I am in the crowded Bergen County NJ area, sometimes there is no chance to park smart! At least with the rails if I put it between 2 sedans, then they can't hit my doors.

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What is the brand of side step? Was it easy install? Look great!
If you're talking about my pic, they are Westin 4" Platinum Oval Nerf Bars.
Took me a few hours, but if I had to do it again, I'd say I could do it in 30 minutes now that I understand how it all goes together. Directions were so-so and parts provided were a bit confusing at first.
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Re: Back in a Jeep ('15 Grand Cherokee High Altitude)

A little late to the thread but Damn, that Granite looks really good, man. Congrats. First one I've seen. Need more pics though when you have some time.
Again, nice upgrade, I'd say
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I am in the process of trading my 2011 Limited w Hemi for a 2015 High Altitude w/Hemi & premium audio. Between $2500 in rebates and 0% financing, i saw no reason to wait for the 2016's. My dealer is in process of obtaining the vehicle in white, which should look cool with the black accents.
That looks like a tempting deal.
I have a 2012 Limited full jam as well.
I want to jump to a 2015 HA .
My current payment is perfect and I have 3 years of bumper to bumper warranty left.

Thing is...every time I see a new one I do the" Homer Simoson drool ".
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