Discussion in 'Renegade Modified Tech' started by wayoflife, Jan 15, 2016.
Yes on the Sport Also.
Are these for gas, water or supplies? Looks like the hooks you can wrap rope around?
Pictures really help the wait lol
You can prob do any of the 3 since they sell cans for them. Just a matter of swapping them out.
I am starting to feel light headed! They need to make this stuff available soon.
Here's another shot that I just got from Daystar of their completed Renegade.
Also, here are a couple of shots of the new switch pod they will be making and selling. First, here's what they look like off.
And here's what they look like on.
So, I talked to Daystar and it looks like the Rock Sliders and Bull Bar light bar are in production now. They should be available in about 2 weeks. The winch bumper is still 3 weeks out.
One more shot that I got and in it, you can see the rocker guards a bit better.
We are also having a sale on the Cam Cans, complete Cam Can Kits Starting at $99.99 on our Cam Can site camcans.com/cam-can-kits/
You can put your rope in the storage box which is the one on the left.
Any one have any thoughts on how to run the wires for the light bar ? Rather not have a wire running down my windshield if possible but I dont see any other way to do it.
Funny you should ask. I started working on this over the weekend and was wondering the same thing. The plug on the end of the light bar is HUGE and I wasn't able to take it apart as easily as it looked like it could. At this point and time, I may just cut the wire to give me something smaller to work with and then splice it back together once I get it inside the Renegade.
With that said, I'm thinking I could drill a hole through the roof under the roof rack and feed the wire down the driver side a-pillar.
If you do drill a hole please take a few pictures....I'm worried if I drill a hole that water would get inside the car. I guess both ways have a downside to them. I want it to look clean but also dont want to screw up my car by either drilling in the wrong spot or the hole starts collecting water over time
Yeah, I completely hear you on this and it's why I haven't installed mine yet. Still trying to decide the best way to proceed. I will for sure do a write-up on what I do.
Are the rock rails capable of supporting a hi-lift jack?
That's pretty sick.
How did Daystar do theirs?
People still want to use Hi-Lift jacks on purpose? Don't get me wrong, they "can" be a useful tool but most of the time, I just see them being used to make a Jeep look cool or worse, used incorrectly and dangerously to change a tire. While I have no idea for sure if the Daystar rocker guards can support a Hi-Lift, a good bottle jack will get the job done, better, faster and safer. It is in fact what I carry with me in my big JK's running 40" tires and coil overs instead of the 2 Hi-Lifts that now collect dust in the garage
I don't have a clue. If you can believe it, their instructions just state that you need to figure it out yourself.
I have since taken the rails off of my Renegade and have been giving things a hard look to see what would be the best way to proceed. At the moment, I'm not really feeling the idea of drilling into the roof anymore. I have some ideas and once I've figured something out, I'll be sure to post up about it.
Sounds good, keep us posted!
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