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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 04-28-2013, 11:02 PM Thread Starter
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6" lift kit

Any comments on SuperATV lifts?
Honda RINCON 6" SUPER ATV LIFT KIT w/ AXLES #591 : Honda : Rincon : Lift Kits#

2012 Red, 2" highlifter, 28" Dirt Devil IIs. TriangleATV steath snorkit.
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I have comments for ya, I hope you're aware of the huge amount of stress this will cause on most of the steering and suspensions components. It will be a never-ending expense for maintenance and repairs! I will be a great mud machine but its a trade off. More clearance = More tipsy.

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I hear ya. that is exactly what I thought but had to ask. I am riding with a crew with 30" tires and am just thinking about another inch or two....
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The search for an inch or two will never end! Tell her that's all you have and that's all she gets!

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If your main focus is going to be mud riding then there is nothing wrong with building the quad to suit your needs. If your looking for more of a mix, then just keep your 2 inch lift.

Otherwise throw a gear reduction in it, jack it up and put it in a deep mudhole.

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I personally just got rid of the 6" gorilla lift and i loved it. there is some ups and downs to more ground clearance. there is a lot of added wear to bushings,bearings, ect. but when im the leader of our group i find that most of the people will not follow when you have trouble going thru something. if you are doing a lot of hill or slope climbing i wouldn;t recommend it cuz it will get tipsy on you. i am currently building a 12" lift since that is all i do is mudd and water riding thats the only reason i got rid of the 6" lift.

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I wanna see pics of this...

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12" lift

I have the bike at the shop now getting axels made and still have some nimor adjustments to make to the tie rods and al little toe in on the back right wheel to fix but nothing major... I am wanting to get into the lift kit building but right now with work and building a house its hard. this one took me almost 4 weeks off and on nut maybe a total of 35 to 40 hours with no help...
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