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    Quote Originally Posted by catahoula View Post
    Question. If a long arm is a better ride. What was the reason for deciding on the Enforcer?
    Yes, significantly more work and involvement. Dropping the tank and exhaust then cutting off existing brackets and then welding new back in. More than most want to tackle but worth it if you do.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Likely due to the amount of labor for the install. Many long-arm kits require cutting off stock brackets and welding new ones on.
    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Yes, significantly more work and involvement. Dropping the tank and exhaust then cutting off existing brackets and then welding new back in. More than most want to tackle but worth it if you do.


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    I notice like on a WJ some lifts you can leave the original brackets on. Some bolt on or weld. Regardless, you can always add on as you go.
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    3” Enforcer - is a drive shaft a must

    Hey guys I have a Rubi and have just purchased the 3” enforcer with the 2.5 Kings. What I want to know is if I have a mid length steel front bumper with 9K winch do I need a DS? This is an overland rig with some moderate wheeling. Any help would be really appreciated.
    I have some time as I have to wait 4 weeks for my lift to show up

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    In my opinion, yes. You should also relocate your front shocks with the bottom brackets (maybe they come standard with the Enforcer kit now but, if not, get them). If you flex at all, you will bend the shafts on your shocks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailReady View Post
    Attachment 36174
    Attachment 36179
    Attachment 36180

    Here is my 4" Enforcer Kit with Fox 2.0 RR shocks and 35" Tires. Love it!
    Did they come with rear control arms?

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    Bottom brackets?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    In my opinion, yes. You should also relocate your front shocks with the bottom brackets (maybe they come standard with the Enforcer kit now but, if not, get them). If you flex at all, you will bend the shafts on your shocks.


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    So you are telling me that if i got the evo enforcer with the evo kings, i will bend my shocks unless I buy these brackets? How are the brackets installed? Welded?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FamilyOverland View Post
    So you are telling me that if i got the evo enforcer with the evo kings, i will bend my shocks unless I buy these brackets? How are the brackets installed? Welded?
    Yes, they will hit the frame. I used to run nemesis ones. Best pictures I have. They are all bolt on. 20141106_085940.jpgScreenshot_20190328-185333_Gallery.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    In my opinion, yes. You should also relocate your front shocks with the bottom brackets (maybe they come standard with the Enforcer kit now but, if not, get them). If you flex at all, you will bend the shafts on your shocks.


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    Thanks for the info, super important.

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    3” Enforcer

    3” EVO Enforcer lift with flipped drag link, Rancho 9000 shocks and 35” KM3’s. Rides better than stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TKS247 View Post
    3” EVO Enforcer lift with flipped drag link, Rancho 9000 shocks and 35” KM3’s. Rides better than stock.
    Looks good!

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