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    Thinking about adding a Renegade to the family

    We are thinking about adding a Renegade to the Jeep family, a Trailhawk edition. Give me your thoughts.

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    My wife has one and loves it. It rides nice and handles pretty well. Ours has also been really reliable. We put a set of ko2s on it and it has been great in the snow too.


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    Thinking about adding a Renegade to the family

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    This was before the tires and roof rack


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    My step-son has a Trailhawk in Anvil and he loves it.

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    If you plan on taking it off road, a Trailhawk would be what I'd get BUT, I would leave it stock height and only run AT tires. Having owned one in the past that was lifted and running MT's, I can tell you that your MPG will go WAY DOWN and it'll be noisy. If you're just planning on running it around town or on fire roads, I would actually consider getting a lower model being that they get much better MPG and look a bit more refined in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    If you plan on taking it off road, a Trailhawk would be what I'd get BUT, I would leave it stock height and only run AT tires. Having owned one in the past that was lifted and running MT's, I can tell you that your MPG will go WAY DOWN and it'll be noisy. If you're just planning on running it around town or on fire roads, I would actually consider getting a lower model being that they get much better MPG and look a bit more refined in my opinion.
    You said having owned one. Did Renny find a new home also?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    You said having owned one. Did Renny find a new home also?
    That’s what I’m thinking.. did you sell the renegade too?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    You said having owned one. Did Renny find a new home also?
    LOL!! Yeah, we sold him a while ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    LOL!! Yeah, we sold him a while ago.
    Haha. Didn't even realize. Hard for him to garner the attention when you have the Wayalife fleet you do..

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