Craig- If you want to try a cheap fix ($5), take a look at one of my pics. under my profile. I used some automotive spring spacers from Autozone. They are plastic and made to roll into the spring with a 1/2" rachet. They are to long to fit into the Rincon spring, so I used a hack saw and cut off the back side and then filed it down smooth. I think it firmed the front end up just right. Still soft but not like it was. Polaris makes a spring spacer that sells for about $15 but the dealers around here didn't know what they were. I think they are rubber and they use them with snow plows. I also have posted a picture of the Polaris spring spacers. Hope this helps.
Highlifter spring kit will help the front at the expense of a stiffer ride. Had mine in for over 1000 miles of rough trail riding and like it. I have a lot of heavy stuff added and it made a world of difference.