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    Quote Originally Posted by bkac View Post
    I’m running 38” tires with a 3.5” lift and don’t rub anywhere. I’d say you’d be fine with a 3” lift.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    That’s on a JL. Not a JK.


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    Which Evo Enforcer stage?

    Sounds like the majority here recommend the stage 3 with front and rear upper/lower arms. The cost isn’t a driver, just didn’t want to have regrets after install.

    I’ll try 4” bump stops as you guys suggest and see if the new tires rub.

    Thanks for all the insights, guys. I appreciate it!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by bkac View Post
    Good catch! I just assumed everyone has a JL now.


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    On another note.. usually if you have a stock rear drive line, you can stay with your stock uppers. Depending on how much you flex it out, the boot might contact the evap skid and tear it a bit. Other than that, you’ll be fine in the rear unless you already have an aftermarket shaft. Then in which case, you’ll have to get the rear uppers to dial it in.

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    FWIW I still have stock front and rear lowers on mine at about 3" lift and 37s. My front axle is a PR44U so with the caster that adds I needed uppers to adjust it right which is a little different than the norm. I really have no intention at this point to replace the lowers unless I break one. My caster and driveline angles set up just fine with out them. I didn't feel the need to spend money on something that I 1 didn't need at the time and 2 is more of a pain to set up. You should be just fine with front lowers and rear uppers but if cost isn't an issue I guess why not just get all 8 but you may not actually need all 8.

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    Enforcer stage 2 pro

    i have a jeep sahara 2016 75 anniversary trimmed, 4 doors, just ordered enforcer st 2 pro wondering if i will need to order a front and rear drive shaft?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayreyno View Post
    i have a jeep sahara 2016 75 anniversary trimmed, 4 doors, just ordered enforcer st 2 pro wondering if i will need to order a front and rear drive shaft?
    at least the front. And get a 1350. You should probably get the front UCAs as well to help with caster.


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    Quote Originally Posted by -AINOKEA- View Post
    at least the front. And get a 1350. You should probably get the front UCAs as well to help with caster.


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    You really only need the front lower control arm (LCA).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch View Post
    You really only need the front lower control arm (LCA).


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    True... but the caster won’t be very good. Plus the uppers aren’t very expensive anyway.


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