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    Any updates on this? I like this tire size for the wife's trailhawk


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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Sorry, he sold it a few months back


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    So I guess that means no hope of them moving forward with any aftermarket products for the Renegade?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FireHawk View Post
    So I guess that means no hope of them moving forward with any aftermarket products for the Renegade?
    That is doubtful, I'd say.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Sorry, he sold it a few months back


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    That was quick, wonder why he got rid of it so fast?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gadget View Post
    That was quick, wonder why he got rid of it so fast?
    Cindy and I took he and his family out wheeling with our Renegades. He hated it. Afterward, he said that he had no faith in it's ability to ever be something you could ever really wheel. I tried explaining to him that it wasn't EVO 1 and that you needed to drive a Renegade differently. He said that most people wouldn't know how to do that and promptly sold his.

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    Probably could have kept it as a test rig for a new line of products, as long as it doesn't slow down the (hopefully) upcoming TJ line.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    He just wasn't interested.
    That's a shame. I was looking forward to seeing what the had in store for the platform.
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    Quote Originally Posted by longarmwj View Post
    That's a shame. I was looking forward to seeing what the had in store for the platform.
    Me too. They were probably the only hope of an offroad company really putting out anything for the Renegade.

    I understand that these little Jeeps aren't Wranglers by any means, but plenty of people want to take these things offroad and play with them a little. For the guys that are even more adventurous, they have shown to be pretty capable for what they are.

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