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    Evo 4” coils.

    Hello,
    I have a 2018 JK with the 4” mopar lift kit. Which I believe is a Teraflex kit. I use my Jeep as a daily driver. My question is, if I install the Evo coils, will the ride be somewhat smoother?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooper0407 View Post
    Hello,
    I have a 2018 JK with the 4” mopar lift kit. Which I believe is a Teraflex kit. I use my Jeep as a daily driver. My question is, if I install the Evo coils, will the ride be somewhat smoother?
    Yes. The TF coils are fucking garbage and ride like a sack of assholes cemented together and then frozen. The EVO coils will give you a second chance at life. They are THAT good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RESURECTIONJK View Post
    Yes. The TF coils are fucking garbage and ride like a sack of assholes cemented together and then frozen. The EVO coils will give you a second chance at life. They are THAT good.
    Lmao....that’s a wrap! Thanks for responding.


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    I'll second the quality on the EVO coils. love mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooper0407 View Post
    Lmao....that’s a wrap! Thanks for responding.


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    Haha. Glad I was able to help.

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    By any chance does someone have feedback on how the EVO coils compare to the Metalcloak dual rate coils?

    **please disregard. Found another post that covered this
    Last edited by sev1; 08-01-2019 at 04:25 PM.

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    I don't think your 4" Mopar kit is a teraflex kit. Mopar has their own lift. Regardless, when I switch from my Mopar springs to Evo Plush Rides, it was hard to tell if it made a huge difference. At the time I was running Bilsteins shocks with that kit. After switching my shocks out to Rancho's then it really made a big difference with the Plush Rides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMF View Post
    I don't think your 4" Mopar kit is a teraflex kit. Mopar has their own lift. Regardless, when I switch from my Mopar springs to Evo Plush Rides, it was hard to tell if it made a huge difference. At the time I was running Bilsteins shocks with that kit. After switching my shocks out to Rancho's then it really made a big difference with the Plush Rides.
    Bilstein shocks are the cement used to hold the sack off assholes together I mentioned above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RESURECTIONJK View Post
    Yes. The TF coils are fucking garbage and ride like a sack of assholes cemented together and then frozen. The EVO coils will give you a second chance at life. They are THAT good.
    Quote Originally Posted by RESURECTIONJK View Post
    Bilstein shocks are the cement used to hold the sack off assholes together I mentioned above.
    LOL! I had to add that to the Funniest Posts thread.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooper0407 View Post
    Hello,
    I have a 2018 JK with the 4” mopar lift kit. Which I believe is a Teraflex kit. I use my Jeep as a daily driver. My question is, if I install the Evo coils, will the ride be somewhat smoother?
    Quote Originally Posted by RESURECTIONJK View Post
    Yes. The TF coils are fucking garbage and ride like a sack of assholes cemented together and then frozen. The EVO coils will give you a second chance at life. They are THAT good.
    I have actually made the exact switch from Teraflex to EVO 4” and agree!! I actually started to avoid off-roading and sometimes even just driving on the pavement because it was so stiff. Made the switch to EVOs and aside from a Cadi or coilovers I can honestly say that I haven’t found a better ride.


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