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Looks like it still hangs lower than the frame?
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Thanks. Looks like it will interfere with my jack. Oh well....
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Thanks. Looks like it will interfere with my jack. Oh well....

use the craftsman jack mod to fix this. take two pieces of 1" box iron and cut it about 7". then turn up the ends.

lemme see if I Can find a link..

found it.. http://techtoons.com/sporty/lift.htm
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use the craftsman jack mod to fix this. take two pieces of 1" box iron and cut it about 7". then turn up the ends.

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found it.. http://techtoons.com/sporty/lift.htm
I don't have a Craftsman jack, I have a J&S, much longer rails. Still might work or something similar might.

Anyone able to measure how far below the frame the pipes hang?
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For comparison, rubber patriot on a rigid...



It looks like they moved the front pipe quite a bit. I just wish they had tucked it in closer to the lower frame rail for more turning clearance.

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I looked on patriots website and didn't see the new pipe for a rigid. My brother has a 01 and he's gonna buy a patriot. I had to fab up a mount for my 03. If he can get one without having to make a mount, would be great!
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Its still in the proto type stage.
Patriot has to verify fit on the Rigid with Mid Controls.
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