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  1. Aleks9876

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    My '18 that had 4 miles on it when I drove it home. Currently at 13k miles and working like it did the first 80 miles. No problems here.
     
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    Very early 3/2018 build, 2018 SCREW, 802A/Tech/no sunroof. Picked it up with 21 miles on it. Now (14 months of driving) has 29k+ on it. Several thousand of those miles are off road. Zero problems so far, it is my wifes favorite out of town vehicle.

    I love everything about this truck, except parking it, and with the cameras that is not hard either. I have zero buyers remorse and would buy it again today.

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    2018 SCREW 802A August build bought with 22 miles on the clock in December. COBB Stage 1 at 1100 miles, Goose tune protune at 5000, now at 10500 without a hick up. Absolutely love this truck and what it can do. Very few vehicles on road that can do sub 5 second 0-60, fit three car seats in the back with room to spare, and do the off-road shenanigans this thing is capable of. Looking forward to going stage 2 soon.


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    Drove home my ordered 2019 on March 1, 7,200 miles and no issues!
     
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    Bought my '18 SCREW on December 31st, 2017. I'm now at over 33,000 miles, a good number of those with motos in the back and plenty of desert trips with prolific amounts of all 4 wheels being off the ground. Aside from minor self-inflicted damage, the truck has been 100% solid with normal maintenance intervals. Only mods are RPG adjustable collars, leaf's, Method beadlocks, BFG KR2 37's, and a few inconsequential lighting & cosmetic modifications.
     
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    Do you have the sunroof?
     
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    Only one issue the touch screen died, just died! Replaced good to go. Love the truck. COBB Stage 2 install Monday, can't wait. Last weekend found the speed limiter (108). :(
    8K miles. 802 package added Diamondback 270 bed cover (highly recommend). Known in the neighbor hood as the "Beast" it moved over a dozen fallen trees right after "Michael" came to visit last Oct. Truck was only 4 weeks old...
     
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    Yes, the twin panel. FWIW, 802A, nearly as loaded as it gets.
     
  9. rtmozingo

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    26k miles, offroad every chance I get. My starter is a bit slow to disengage after turning over, occasionally causing a half second of grinding, and my airbag outline shows through my passenger dash leather. Other than that tho, my truck has been flawless.
     
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    Thanks. I’ve got the identical build.

    My sunroof failed. Like you I spend a chunk of time on very bad roads - washboard and worse.
     

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