Dirty Renegades have a unique beauty to them. Love it
How do you like it so far? Throw any codes or anything not working with the Jeep after the install? What adapter cables did you use? Maestro? Crux?
So far so good. I have the Crux on here as it isn't compatible with Maestro. In my initial drive with it into work today I had a lot less fade on SXM. I will know more this evening on my drive home which is a slightly different route and a lot more drops.How do you like it so far? Throw any codes or anything not working with the Jeep after the install? What adapter cables did you use? Maestro? Crux?
Noticeable difference. Will you be doing different tires? I am waiting for my lift kit then I will do new wheels and tires.I broke a front spring last week and decided to buy Eibach Lift-kit springs Lift kit springs.
Got them on saturday and mounted them yesterday.
I measured around 30-35 mm (1,25 inch) lift. I guess when everything is settled it will be around the the 25 mm (1 inch) Eibach says.
Before and after pictures (dirty car and still on the winter wheel setup):
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Love your theme, especially the bear hugging trees!!
I have two other sets of wheels, one 17" and one 18", both of them with the standard tire size. I'm exploring options to mount more offroad looking tires and tire size on one of them. 235/60 R18 or 225/70 R 17Will you be doing different tires? I am waiting for my lift kit then I will do new wheels and tires.
It’s was my 1st oil change on the Renegade, I did quite a few in the past. Most modern cars have stupid filter or drain plug locations!First oil change you always spill a good amount and either clean up the stain or have a constant reminder of the events. I’ve learned to loosen the bolt with a wrench, then finger loosen all the way while pushing down on the bolt. When you get the thread all the way out, pull up n out of the way. Never got oil on me again after that.