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Anyone else see this in their inbox this morning?

I cant upload the screenshots. But ATP now has a 4.0 lift available.

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Looks interesting......

I would like to see a video of it on the trail.
 

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Here's their official YouTube video:

Looks pretty good, seems to be a combo of their 2" lift plus new springs for ~4" lift. Curious to hear more about how they work around potential alignment issues.
 

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Here's their official YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I56BKpDAoSo

Looks pretty good, seems to be a combo of their 2" lift plus new springs for ~4" lift. Curious to hear more about how they work around potential alignment issues.




But it will void the warranty0:)



Very Nice! Just about the perfect look for the Renegade.
 

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Or you could add the eibach coils to a preexisting lift for cheaper and achieve that! They are claiming 4” on a sport/latitude not a TH.

Already a few people who have achieved this with the Daystar/teraflex/Avid lift by installing Eibach coils.
 

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I don't know about the video. It looks like Renegade is desperate to be an off road jeep.
They look good on trails though, however, they are "nerdy" on rock crawling.
We should stop being a "wannabe". Our rigs looks good on trails, not on rocks.
 

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“Your” Jeep looks good wherever it is. “Your” Jeep is just that, yours. What someone does with their own purchase (or company vehicle) affects you exactly how? ?

You do your build, and someone will do their own. I happen to think my TH looks better dirty, tires marked up by rocks, than it does detailed and spotless.
 

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I don't know about the video. It looks like Renegade is desperate to be an off road jeep.
They look good on trails though, however, they are "nerdy" on rock crawling.
We should stop being a "wannabe". Our rigs looks good on trails, not on rocks.



I don't think it is about off-roading or rock crawling, I think it is about moding out your vehicle, just because you can.
 

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“Your” Jeep looks good wherever it is. “Your” Jeep is just that, yours. What someone does with their own purchase (or company vehicle) affects you exactly how? ?

You do your build, and someone will do their own. I happen to think my TH looks better dirty, tires marked up by rocks, than it does detailed and spotless.
100% agree, not just because you are from Texas :)
 

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Or you could add the eibach coils to a preexisting lift for cheaper and achieve that! They are claiming 4” on a sport/latitude not a TH.

Already a few people who have achieved this with the Daystar/teraflex/Avid lift by installing Eibach coils.
I called ATP about the 4.0 since I have the 2.0 on my Trailhawk. They claim that their red lift springs are taller or will give more lift than the Eibach coils. For the TH the 4.0 kit will give 3" additional height since the TH already comes with springs that are about .8" taller. Since I already have the 2.0 if I buy their new lift springs it will become the 4.0 lift. I've considered it... It would help if I knew for sure I could sell my 2017 TH stock springs for $150ish.
 
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