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Thread: Slammed Jeep Patriot

  1. #101
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    Looking Good,

    Question : Who did you get to laser cut the lower shock mount? also did you weld it onto the control arm?

    Got a Dodge Avenger and same problem with the rear Coil Overs fully maxed out and still sitting to high for my liking.

    4VENGR

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    i have sent them off to be laser cut today, just sent them to a local laser cutter (one of my mates works there so that helps) have put them as urgent so should hopefully receive them this afternoon and then yeah, ill weld them in and probably get another mate to fully weld them as hes a structural welder.
    Them rear bags were actually designed for the Avenger

  3. #103
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    Cool I look forward to seeing how they go when completed.

    I think (From memory) Patriot / Caliber / Compass / Chrysler 200 / Avenger all ran the same suspension,

    4VENGR

  4. #104
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    parked up at work today- threw one of my business cards in to show the massive amount of clearance i have in the front guards, ill probably change the camber to get a bit more as im not 100% comfortable with that

    Last edited by willis6057; 10-08-2018 at 07:59 PM.

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    If that's aired out I wouldn't change a thing, I figured you wanted that fitment
    You can daily a monster truck, it's still not practical.
    Dailylow.

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  6. #106
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quillhill36 View Post
    If that's aired out I wouldn't change a thing, I figured you wanted that fitment
    I second this, you could also probably steer a little so leave it as is and don't worry

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  7. #107
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    I managed to get one control arm built last night.


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    Lmao, awesome stuff going on here.
    You can daily a monster truck, it's still not practical.
    Dailylow.

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  9. #109
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    cheers













    few progress photos- both now fully welded and painted gloss blue (no finished photos)

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    Cool

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  11. #111
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    Looking good, cannot wait to see the final drop

    4VENGR

  12. #112
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    got them installed yesterday






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