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Anyone used a high lift jack and know what the length of that foot/lifting arm is and if it will reach the factory jack points without being right up against the doors?

Here's the one i've been looking at: https://amzn.to/2YcKeVl
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I would not use one on a Renegade.

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I would not use one on a Renegade.
Not even with an aftermarket bumper like one of Avid's? I'm curious as to your reasoning
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First off to do what change a tire? Heck no they are unstable unless your going to use chains to stable it.


I don't even use on my 4" lifted wrangler. I have 2 8"4x4s to put my stock jack on if needed.


The only time we ever used them is when we are on big rocks and you need to shift the Jeep (wrangler)to get it unstuck!

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Those reasons above. Can't see a reason for needing one for a Renegade. You would be better to keep a 12 inch square of 3/4 plywood to put the jack on if not on pavement. or a better hydraulic jack in place of the factory jack.

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