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    EVO Plush Rides help

    Just ordered the evo plush rides and was wondering what to expect in installing them or anything I will need to do also for them to work. Swapping coil out from a rough country 2.5 inch bb. Also have on order disconnects to put on soon too. Thanks guys

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    EVO Plush Rides help

    Do you have adjustable control arms? Track bar brackets? Drag link flip? Driveshafts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TennJK View Post
    Just ordered the evo plush rides and was wondering what to expect in installing them or anything I will need to do also for them to work. Swapping coil out from a rough country 2.5 inch bb. Also have on order disconnects to put on soon too. Thanks guys
    Its pretty straight forward. Loosen your control arms at both end to allow it to droop. When your finished, dont retorque the arms until you have the jeep back on the ground.

    Edit: did u get the enforcer kit? Or just coils...3" or 4"?

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    You probably should have gotten the enforcer lift. Just the coils will do you absolutely no good

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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Do you have adjustable control arms? Track bar brackets? Drag link flip? Driveshafts?
    No, no, no, no. That hurt to say lol. It's primarily a daily driver so I'm not terribly worried about the driveshaft for awhile. What all do you think is necessary? Running on a bit of a budget so I would like to keep the cost to a minimum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MedixJK View Post
    Its pretty straight forward. Loosen your control arms at both end to allow it to droop. When your finished, dont retorque the arms until you have the jeep back on the ground.

    Edit: did u get the enforcer kit? Or just coils...3" or 4"?
    I didn't go with the kit. I went ahead and ordered the 3" front and rear pairs of coils

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    Umm. All of the above. You cant run one without the other. Should have done your research

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    Quote Originally Posted by MedixJK View Post
    Its pretty straight forward. Loosen your control arms at both end to allow it to droop. When your finished, dont retorque the arms until you have the jeep back on the ground.

    Edit: did u get the enforcer kit? Or just coils...3" or 4"?
    You need to loosen the track bar not the control arms. Control arms won't limit axle droop.

    Quote Originally Posted by TennJK View Post
    No, no, no, no. That hurt to say lol. It's primarily a daily driver so I'm not terribly worried about the driveshaft for awhile. What all do you think is necessary? Running on a bit of a budget so I would like to keep the cost to a minimum.
    Everything I listed you'll need.
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    -Dynatrac PR44/Rubicon Rear
    -Nitto 37” Trail Grapplers
    -Rock Krawler 2.5” Lift
    -ATX Slabs
    -Warn VR8
    -EVO Armor/Bumpers

    2012 Billet Silver JKUR
    -EVO DTD front and rear
    -Dynatrac PR60/PR80
    -EVO High Clearance Long Arm
    -Nitto 40” Trail grapplers
    -KMC Machetes
    -JE Reel 1410/1350 Driveshafts
    -Warn CTI 9.5
    -EVO Armor/Bumpers

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    Quote Originally Posted by GregMort13 View Post
    Umm. All of the above. You cant run one without the other. Should have done your research
    Well I guess I have some shopping to do. What do you recommend for making sure it runs well? I'm glad I asked this question now before they actually came in.

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    EVO Plush Rides help

    Just get the evo enforcer. It has everything you need. Just read back and realized i sounded like a huge DBag. I want to apologize for that.

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