EVO Manufacturing 2.5-6.5" lifts available now

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    There are definitely first to the Gladiator game however they are very overpriced. I rather wait a bit and get something more more cost efficient.
     
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    For someone who doesn't know what he's looking at, can anyone explain the stages? That's a whole lotta moolah for a stage 4 "Plus" kit. It better make me a cup of coffee and rub my feet when I get in the car for that price.
     
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    Overland: Comes with Control arm drop set (improves ride giving a flatter lower control arm angle)
    Stage 1: Standard lift, No Control Arms
    Stage 2: Stage 1 + Front Lower Adjustable Control Arms
    Stage 3: Stage 2 + rear upper adjustable control arms
    Stage 4: Comes with all 8 control arms
    Plus: comes with front and rear adjustable track bars.

    If someone could help me understand....

    What would make someone chose each stage.

    I will never see rocks. Mostly a mall crawler with occasional mud/sand.

    I want to just go ahead and put on the stage 4 overland plus, but if i can get away with a stage 2 or 3 version, ill take that route.

    @Carlton , as a fellow 40" tire runner. Whats your opinion?
     
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