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Finally some kind of developement news. They guys in utah still looking for a renegade to even start working on a lift kit.
 

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I liked reading the comments...so many haters, lol
So many, yep... Not worth arguing with though... You gotta drive one, play with one, rough it up a bit, before you realize that - Yup, it's really a Jeep.

And those that are so close-minded to not realize that Jeep can't survive on just the Wrangler are missing out on a very capable, very fun, very rugged little 4x4.
 

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So many, yep... Not worth arguing with though... You gotta drive one, play with one, rough it up a bit, before you realize that - Yup, it's really a Jeep.

And those that are so close-minded to not realize that Jeep can't survive on just the Wrangler are missing out on a very capable, very fun, very rugged little 4x4.
BTW, nice job on your mirrors
 

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I liked reading the comments...so many haters, lol

We've been saying "the new Jeep isn't a true Jeep, only the previous Jeep counts as a real Jeep!" since the CJ-7 to Wrangler YJ switch (some would even argue it started with the Willys Overland switch to AMC). Jeep fans are weird like that. I've learned to just ignore those fools. I went through this with my 98 TJ when everyone considered it a yuppie car with no off-road capabilities. Now it is highly regarded as one of the best. Don't even get me started on my 99 XJ - when it came out it was a soccer mom transport that had no business doing anything off-road, now all the diehard off-roaders look up to it.

Aside from the Patriot and Compass which are truly more Dodge engineering and design than Jeep, and to a lesser degree the new Cherokee which is cost prohibitive to add serious suspension mods to, a Jeep is a very capable off-road machine.
 

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Be interesting to see what it does for the Trailhawk. Of course then I'd have to buy new tires again...
 
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The pictures make it look like at least 3-4 inches based on comparisons of mirrors and headlights.
According to another forum, it is a 1.5 inch lift, but it looks like what you are saying 3-4 inches.
Shoot even 1.5 on the top of the current Trailhawk would be nice, but that looks really really nice.





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Image Source: Daystar Production Facebook page.
 
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According to another forum, it is a 1.5 inch lift, but it looks like what you are saying 3-4 inches.

Shoot even 1.5 on the top of the current Trailhawk would be nice, but that looks really really nice.











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Image Source: Daystar Production Facebook page.

1.5 would fit their typical lifts...maybe they have some bigger tires that make it look bigger. Tires look like some General Grabber a/t or Cooper Discoverer a/t
 
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