MrsSig's Renegade TrailHawk Build.

Discussion in 'Renegade Show & Tell' started by Mrsig, Sep 5, 2018.

  1. Mrsig

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    MrsSig's Renegade TrailHawk Build.
    The first thing was tint the front windows & windshield.
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    Than 55 watt Yellow Ion fog lights below, LED lights in side.
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    Next pulled the inner fenders off, cut off pinch seems heated up the inner fenders and now I went up 2 tire sizes with the Kumo ATs.
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    Put in Stainless Steel door stills front & rear.

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  2. Mrsig

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    Added the CB & antenna. Yep glass mounted it gets out about 2 miles.
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    I was able to get the full size tire to fit in the tub so I just saved about $500.00 + bucks so now I don't need a tire swing.
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    Saddleman Ballistic Front Seat Covers in Gray.
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    Just added rear step bumper.

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  3. Mrsig

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    This is how it got it's name. PoohHawk.
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    Avid Snorkel & front bumper.
    The Snorkel.

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  4. Corrupt_Reverend

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    Nice build so far!

    Two questions:

    1. How'd you run the cable for your CB whip?

    2. What'd you use to cut the snorkel hole? (I've been waiting on installing mine because I don't want the chatter mess from a hole saw.)
     
  5. Mrsig

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    1: It is not a whip it is glass mounted. I ran the cable from the radio under the side kick plates all the way to the window.

    2: High carbon hole saw to cut the hole.
     

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