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Thread: WRITE-UP : JL WRANGLER 2.5" EVO Stage 4 Boost Lift & Control Arms INSTALLATION

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    Quote Originally Posted by NFRs2000NYC View Post
    Followup noob question.....how does one know if something is already greased? It is something you can see?
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    Always assume it isnít greased is the motto I like to follow.
    What Coz said, never assume something is greased. That being said, the grease was all over the places and coming out of the joints. An extra hit and even more came out.

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    Got it. Thanks again for the insane amount of work that took, it will be an indispensable tool for all of us.

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    Apologize if this has been covered elsewhere, but what is the new overall height and width of Jet Li with the 2.5" lift and 37's on those KMC's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tobyw View Post
    Apologize if this has been covered elsewhere, but what is the new overall height and width of Jet Li with the 2.5" lift and 37's on those KMC's?
    I'll have to check on the width but at the highest point of the hard top, we measure 77"

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    Very much appreciate it!!! I've got an enclosed trailer and I need to ensure it's going to fit after the lift and tires
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    Thanks in advance for this writeup. I've watched the video but being able to have this as a reference will be a life saver. My parts show up tomorrow so will be doing a Stage 3 Overland install later this week assuming it doesn't rain.

    In particular, the pieces of information I needed were the torque values.

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    I think Wayoflife switched lift kits? Did he go with different control arms as well? Iíve heard evo plush ride springs are really nice. Any truth to that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xjcountry95 View Post
    Iíve heard evo plush ride springs are really nice. Any truth to that?
    Second best thing I've ever felt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xjcountry95 View Post
    I think Wayoflife switched lift kits? Did he go with different control arms as well? Iíve heard evo plush ride springs are really nice. Any truth to that?
    Same arms. And truth yes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Second best thing I've ever felt.
    Ha , whats first best? And how come they dont include in this kit mentioned? I mean for
    The price of that stage 4 youd think theyíd include springs?

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