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    1.5 lift and CV clearance

    When installing any of your lifts did any of you have to trim your struts in front due to fitment issues?Screenshot_2019-07-18-23-55-46.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by KratosRenegade17 View Post
    When installing any of your lifts did any of you have to trim your struts in front due to fitment issues?Screenshot_2019-07-18-23-55-46.jpg

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    I think Eddie and Cindy have a sister site called Toaster Jeep dedicated to the Renegade. Not sure if you knew that and you’re certainly welcome here, but you may find answers to technical questions there. 🤷*♂️


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