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yikes. that is a monster.
 
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Oh wow is that big! Keep us posted how it installs and works. With that size, no clearance issues? How does it mount? Putting something that monster on stock brackets I can suspect will not end well for the brackets - or do those get replaced?
 
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Holy smokes this thing defines the word GIRTH.

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You know I've got my eye on that Ken! I actually held a prototype at the SS shop. I think that puppy weighs in at 28 Lbs! (10 more than the TF monster I'm currently running).

What's your take on the bushings? Talking to Ron he said they're a stock like clevite?

He did mention they will offer a 'pro' version with polyurethane bushing aimed at the hardcore/trailrig only crowd.
 

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I just ordered one along with the bracket last night. Will go well with my other Yeti Extreme stuff.
 

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Thanks Ron, getting harder to get in there with tools given all the beef lol.
First drive .. there is a difference, not night and day. I was running a SuperLift track bar. It did have some deflection under load. 0 deflection in the Yeti which contributes to the better steering.

Also there appears to be a little more space between my pitman arm and YETI. ImageUploadedByAG Free1498158496.512128.jpg




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Holy DAMN! That looks to be the same diameter as my Core 4x4 level 3 control arms! Same color too!



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New guy here- will introduce myself later. Have a 2012 w/ evo's 4in enforcer kit on 37s and the steering is crap. Had offroad evolution do a quick tape measure alignment along w/ a suspension inspection/overall and while it did improve the steering, there is still a lot of play (to me- might be normal lifted jku play). Is upgrading to a full yeti system seem worth the investment or are there other improvements that could be done first to address the steering?
 
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New guy here- will introduce myself later. Have a 2012 w/ evo's 4in enforcer kit on 37s and the steering is crap. Had offroad evolution do a quick tape measure alignment along w/ a suspension inspection/overall and while it did improve the steering, there is still a lot of play (to me- might be normal lifted jku play). Is upgrading to a full yeti system seem worth the investment or are there other improvements that could be done first to address the steering?
I can honestly say it is the best upgrade i have done to my jeep by far. My steering is super tight. A buddy of mine drove my jeep last night and said it wasnt fare because mine felt like his bmw and his jeep has tons of play. I love my set up. And I would recommend the attenuator xd drag link for anyone with a jeep. Lifted or not. It seriously improved my steering a 100%.

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New guy here- will introduce myself later. Have a 2012 w/ evo's 4in enforcer kit on 37s and the steering is crap. Had offroad evolution do a quick tape measure alignment along w/ a suspension inspection/overall and while it did improve the steering, there is still a lot of play (to me- might be normal lifted jku play). Is upgrading to a full yeti system seem worth the investment or are there other improvements that could be done first to address the steering?
The full Yeti set up has features not found in other brands like the self centering TRE's. This stuff is different and really damn good.
 
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