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Thread: Jeep Renegade Sway Bar Disconnect Write-Up & Testing

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    Just lifted my Renegade but haven't has a chance to get it off road yet, kinda cool that you can make them more off road capable, but I'm also worried about messing up my reny lolIMG_20161112_144816.jpgIMG_20161105_170817.jpg

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    Very nice write up. Gonna have to try this before my next trail ride. Thanks for the write up👍

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    What if??

    What if I am running a stock Renny with stock 17's with wheel spacers and no lift? Would the spacers give me the clearance alone to disconnect w/o rubbing issues?

    Opinions??

    As far as a lift, I'm waiting for the rumored 2 inch suspension kit that may be coming in the pipeline b4 I do the spacer lift.

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    Cool Wrap!

    Quote Originally Posted by jr soba View Post
    Just lifted my Renegade but haven't has a chance to get it off road yet, kinda cool that you can make them more off road capable, but I'm also worried about messing up my reny lolIMG_20161112_144816.jpgIMG_20161105_170817.jpg

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    Looks great, love the wrap! Almost 2 pretty to get dirty....

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