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    Old Timer JKAnimal's Avatar
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    Enforcers Unite!

    Since I've seen it said a few times I figure I'd start.

    Everyone with an Enforcer Lift lets show em off! They were expensive but worth every penny. The ride is great and I can't imagine I could have bought a better lift for the money.

    Here's mine as it sits now. It's the 4" with 2.5" Kings on 37s


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    The ANIMAL Build Thread

    2012 JKUR 6 spd Manual; 5.13 gears; 4:1, CRUSH


    Done so far: Pro Comp 17x9 wheels, 37" NITTO Trail Grapplers, EVO Enforcer 4" Lift, 2.5 Spec. King Shocks/Compression Adjusters, 5.13 Gears, RR Aluminum Billet Hood Latches, Truck-Lite LED Headlights, Rigid Dually LEDs, Cobra 75 CB, Wild Boar Roof Rack, Tom Woods 1310 Front Drive shaft

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    Nice shots FoxC. Man I have to work on the guys I go wheeling with to take more pics. I usually end up taking most of the pics so I don't get many of myself headed up.
    The ANIMAL Build Thread

    2012 JKUR 6 spd Manual; 5.13 gears; 4:1, CRUSH


    Done so far: Pro Comp 17x9 wheels, 37" NITTO Trail Grapplers, EVO Enforcer 4" Lift, 2.5 Spec. King Shocks/Compression Adjusters, 5.13 Gears, RR Aluminum Billet Hood Latches, Truck-Lite LED Headlights, Rigid Dually LEDs, Cobra 75 CB, Wild Boar Roof Rack, Tom Woods 1310 Front Drive shaft

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    doc those fenders look so good painted and trimmed. Hopefully someday soon I can join the enforcer club

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    Enforcers Unite!

    Quote Originally Posted by hinrichs View Post
    doc those fenders look so good painted and trimmed. Hopefully someday soon I can join the enforcer club
    Thanks Hinrics! I put a fair amount of work into making them smooth since I wasn't using trim.

    You'll love the Enforcer!


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    The ANIMAL Build Thread

    2012 JKUR 6 spd Manual; 5.13 gears; 4:1, CRUSH


    Done so far: Pro Comp 17x9 wheels, 37" NITTO Trail Grapplers, EVO Enforcer 4" Lift, 2.5 Spec. King Shocks/Compression Adjusters, 5.13 Gears, RR Aluminum Billet Hood Latches, Truck-Lite LED Headlights, Rigid Dually LEDs, Cobra 75 CB, Wild Boar Roof Rack, Tom Woods 1310 Front Drive shaft

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    Oh man I can't wait for mine to show up.

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    Enforcers Unite!


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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailReady View Post
    That is some mean flex!!! Is that freeway ridge?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clem319 View Post
    That is some mean flex!!! Is that freeway ridge?
    Thanks! And all for an affordable price. Yup, freeway ridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailReady View Post
    Did they come with rear control arms?

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