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    Nothing but a Thing Benito's Avatar
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    All of my parts came in finally, looks like a busy weekend

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    Nothing but a Thing Benito's Avatar
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    Getting ready to install the kit this weekend, I have been trying to find how long I should adjust the control arms for the 3" springs, I found the project jk write up for the full traction 3" kit with the control arms and it said to set the LCAs to 23" eye to eye but this kit comes with adjustable upper control arms . My question is should I set my LCAs to 23" as well even though I am not replacing the uppers? What have you guys set your LCAs to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benito View Post
    Getting ready to install the kit this weekend, I have been trying to find how long I should adjust the control arms for the 3" springs, I found the project jk write up for the full traction 3" kit with the control arms and it said to set the LCAs to 23" eye to eye but this kit comes with adjustable upper control arms . My question is should I set my LCAs to 23" as well even though I am not replacing the uppers? What have you guys set your LCAs to?
    You can start about 3/8 inch longer than stock then you'll need to set your castor with an angle finder

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panda View Post
    You can start about 3/8 inch longer than stock then you'll need to set your castor with an angle to the dangle finder
    Fixed it for ya!
    Looks like I'm locked out. Why?

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    Nothing but a Thing Benito's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Panda View Post
    You can start about 3/8 inch longer than stock then you'll need to set your castor with an angle finder
    Thanks Panda

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    Here's my 3" Enforcer lift...well sorta. Everything is EVO but the control arms, which are Clayton Offroad and it works perfectly together
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    Nothing but a Thing Benito's Avatar
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    Enforcers Unite!

    Finished the kit install today, officially part of the club.

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    Had to drive to work to test it on the RTI ramp, lol. The center of the tire was about 30"

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    I could have gone a tad bit higher but I didn't want to get too close to the stuff in front of me
    Last edited by Benito; 09-07-2015 at 02:54 AM. Reason: Pictures

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    Benito- looks awesome. Where in TX are you located?

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    Quote Originally Posted by teejayone View Post
    Benito- looks awesome. Where in TX are you located?
    Thanks TJ, I live near midland

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    Part of the enforcer club

    Here is mine, 3" enforcer with adjustable King shocks and 35" Nittos.IMG_2159.jpgIMG_2157.jpg

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