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    Evo Enforcer or Rancho Lift

    I am looking to get a lift and I have it narrowed down to a couple options as they seem to be the most complete kits with positive reviews. I am looking at the Rancho 2" Sport with the RS9000XL as well as all the control arms, track bars, and geometry correction that Rancho makes. On the other hand there is the EVO Enforcer Overland 2.5" Stage 4 with the King 2.5" shocks and all the arms and track bars. Would you say the EVO is considerably better and worth more than twice the price for their kit? I'm all about buy once, cry once if there is a significant difference.

    Here is what I have found looking at prices:

    Rancho

    RS66122BR9 2Ē Sport System w/RS9000XL $734
    RS62125 Shock Skid $151
    RS62118B Geometry Correction $174
    RS66165B Lower Control Arms $329
    RS66164B Upper Control Arms $226
    RS62128 Front Track Bar $174
    RS62131 Rear Track Bar $174

    Total $1962

    EVO

    EVO-3012S4K 2.5" Enforcer Overland Stage 4 W/EVO Spec KING 2.5" Shocks

    Total $4,610
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    Most of the price difference is in the shocks, and in my opinion, the Kings are worth it.
    I have the EVO enforcer with Kings on my JK, and I can tell you it works very well.
    Also just ordered EVO lift for the little woman's JL
    His: 2015 JKUR

    Hers: 2018 JLUR

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    I plan on upgrading to Evos coil overs in the near future so I went with the cheaper Rancho lift for now. I have no complaints. It's a great lift. Especially for the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jdofmemi View Post
    Most of the price difference is in the shocks, and in my opinion, the Kings are worth it.
    I have the EVO enforcer with Kings on my JK, and I can tell you it works very well.
    Also just ordered EVO lift for the little woman's JL
    This ^^^^ What you pay for are the Kings.

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    Thanks for chiming in guys. I think I will dig in and splurge on the stage 4 EVO kit.


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    You canít go wrong with either, but those Kings should be really nice.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear_JKU View Post
    You canít go wrong with either, but those Kings should be really nice.


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    Before this Jeep, I came from the Raptor world and the King shocks were regarded as the "Cat's Meow" for those trucks. But that was running fast over washboards and jumping. Guys were spending big money on them. Hopefully on the Jeep they don't have to be serviced as often as the shocks on the Raptor did. I spent a small fortune on shock rebuilds.
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    If you need a rebuild, Exodus Jeeps can get you taken care of. Plus the Jeep is a lot lighter than a Raptor so you should be good.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear_JKU View Post
    Plus the Jeep is a lot lighter than a Raptor so you should be good.


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    Thats what I thought. My Raptor needed the shocks looked at every 15-20k miles. I actually kept a spare set of Fox shocks in the garage to swap and send the take offs off to get rebuilt so I wouldn't be down waiting on rebuilds to come back.
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    Wow! That could get annoying to service them that frequently. I am running Fox 2.0 Performance Series right now and have been really happy with them.


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