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Xtreme Lift Kit

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Xtreme Lift Kit - Details

  • Precision engineered using 3/16 or 1/4 inch cold roll steel
  • Parts are laser cut then manufactured to exacting tolerances
  • Provides maximum performance, durability, and enhance handling and stability
  • Designed to work within stock axle tolerances to prevent the need of costly damage to axles and related drive train components
  • Simple and easy installation
  • Creates great clearance for plus size tire and wheel packages
  • Trail friendly lift systems
  • Includes all necessary hardware and instructions
  • Limited lifetime manufacturers warranty
  • Image for reference only, actual kit may vary according to vehicle

Front Notes:
  • Arctic Cat (400i, 500i, 650, 700, Mudpro 700, Prowler, Thunder Cat), CAN_AM (650, 800), Honda (Big Red, Four Trax, Rancher 07-11, Rancher A/T IRS, Recon, Rincon), Kawasaki (Brute Force, Prairie, Teryx), Polaris (Ranger IRS w/front a-arms), Suzuki (King Quad, Twin Peaks 700), Yamaha (Grizzly, Kodiak 00-02 and 05-06, Rhino 660/700): Relocates shocks at top and uses bracket system

  • Honda (Foreman, Rancher 00-06, Rancher A/T, Rubicon), Suzuki (Eiger, Vinson), Yamaha (Big Bear, Kodiak 98-99 and 03-04): Relocates shocks at bottom and uses bracket system

  • Kawasaki (Mule), Kubota (RTV900): Relocates shocks at top, uses strut guides and uses steel spacers

  • Polaris (Ranger 04-11, Ranger IRS w/front struts, Ranger SRA, Sportsman, Sportsman XP): Relocates shocks at top, uses aluminum spacer, uses strut guide and requires some cutting, grinding or drilling

  • Polaris (RZR): Relocates top shock, uses aluminum spacer and uses bracket system

Rear Notes:
  • Arctic Cat (400i, 500i, 650, 700, Prowler), Honda (Big Red, Rincon), Kawasaki (Brute Force 650 IRS, Teryx), Polaris (Ranger, RZR 08, Sportsman, Sportsman Touring), Suzuki (King Quad), Yamaha (Big Bear 07-11, Grizzly 350 IRS, Grizzly 400/450/550/660/700, Kodiak 05-06): Relocates shocks at top and uses bracket system

  • Honda (Foreman, Four Trax, Rancher 00-06, Rancher A/T, Rancher A/T IRS, Recon, Rubicon), Kawasaki (Mule 600/610), Suzuki (Eiger, Vinson), Yamaha (Big Bear 00-06, Grizzly 350 SRA, Kodiak): Relocates shocks at bottom and uses bracket system

  • Arctic Cat (700 H1, Mudpro 700, Thunder Cat), Kawasaki (Brute Force 750): Relocates shocks at top, uses bracket system and requires wheel spacers to run factory wheels

  • Kawasaki ( Brute Force 650 SRA, Prairie), Suzuki (Twin Peaks): Relocates shocks at bottom and uses aluminum spacer

  • Kawasaki (Mule 2000/3000 w/cab), Kubota (RTV900): Uses shackles

  • Polaris (RZR 09-11): Relocates top shock, uses aluminum spacer and uses bracket system

  • Yamaha (Rhino 660/700): Relocates shocks at top, relocates shocks at bottom, uses bracket system and requires some cutting, grinding or drilling
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Xtreme Lift Kit - Reviews

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By far the best lift out there. This lift gives you the true 2 inches of lift that the other manufactures just promise to give. Very easy installation even for the beginner. Don't be fooled by others by this lift and you will be well satisfied with the extra ground clearance that it promises to give. I would not hesitate to install this product again.
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Question and Answers

Xtreme Lift Kit - Question and Answers

 
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How much of a lift is it?
Kevin Castle
It depends on your vehicle. If you look at the size chart tab on the product page, it details the lift in inches you will get once installed.
Chaparral Motorsports
Feb 14, 2014
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