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    Does anyone have the Rear CA length for a 3” JKU stage 2 enforcer lift? The instructions don’t mention any measurements (front 22 7/8”).


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    Calling all Evo Enforcer lifts

    Quote Originally Posted by 6jeepsdeep View Post
    Does anyone have the Rear CA length for a 3” JKU stage 2 enforcer lift? The instructions don’t mention any measurements (front 22 7/8”).


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    I couldn’t find it either... I ended going like 1/4 - 3/8 longer than stock. No real reason, it just felt right.. If you think about it, a stage 1 kit doesn’t change at all... I think pinion angle is the important part and I need to check both front and rear on mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6jeepsdeep View Post
    Does anyone have the Rear CA length for a 3” JKU stage 2 enforcer lift? The instructions don’t mention any measurements (front 22 7/8”).


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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    I couldn’t find it either... I ended going like 1/4 - 3/8 longer than stock. No real reason, it just felt right.. If you think about it, a stage 1 kit doesn’t change at all... I think pinion angle is the important part and I need to check both front and rear on mine.
    Front Upper: 18 3/4

    Front Lower: 22 7/8

    Rear Upper: 17 1/2

    Rear Lower: 19 3/4

    Per Evo, also in post 1189 in the Enforcers Unit thread.
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    Calling all Evo Enforcer lifts

    Quote Originally Posted by 6jeepsdeep View Post
    Does anyone have the Rear CA length for a 3” JKU stage 2 enforcer lift? The instructions don’t mention any measurements (front 22 7/8”).


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    I just checked mine... stock arm holes are 17 3/8 - 17 1/2”.... Current bolt centers on Jeep are at 17 1/2- 17 5/8... hard to tell exactly because the Johny joints flex on the jeep compared to perfectly center on the bench.

    Quote Originally Posted by MericaMade View Post
    Front Upper: 18 3/4

    Front Lower: 22 7/8

    Rear Upper: 17 1/2

    Rear Lower: 19 3/4

    Per Evo, also in post 1189 in the Enforcers Unit thread.
    Good info
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    Perfect-Thanks guys


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    Thanks for the input lift is on


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    Where did you guys mount the stud for the Fox ATS? The one included doesn’t fit in the drag link flip kit hole?


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