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Old 06-16-2010, 11:09 AM   #41
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How much more lift do you get out using the couplings and how much more of an angle does it put the axles at? And has anyone done this on a 09 Grizzly 700? I would like to make the front end a little stiffer seems to lean a little if you turn sharp. I have the springs turned up already. It may just be the feel of the EPS.
i have a riding buddy that has the pipe lift on his 08 700 grizz and it does jus fine and dosent sag near as much.








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Would I be better off doing a 1" Pipe Lift all around or HL springs on my 07? Maybe even doing both or is that too much?








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I would just do 1 or the other, and since your going to do it, you might as well get the HL springs. They will cost a lot more now, but, when you add the spacers thats going to put a lot more tension on your springs, and they will wear out much faster, and you will be back to the height you were to start with. Only now you have spacers and REALLY saggy springs.








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Thanks Polaris425. I didn't even think of what you said. Guess I'll just get the Springs then.








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I've heard people use this comparison:

Riding on HL springs, on the softest setting, is about equilivent to riding on the stock springs, on the hardest setting. (as far as ride quality/stiffness)








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These are the billet spacers in the Stage 1 Gorilla Lift

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How are your stock axles holding up jctgumby? How much is a stage 1 gorlla? And does it have spacers like that in the front too? I like the looks of that and might do it.








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How are your stock axles holding up jctgumby? How much is a stage 1 gorlla? And does it have spacers like that in the front too? I like the looks of that and might do it.

The Stage 1 Gorilla Lift was about $135...I don't know if their prices have changed in the last year and a half...My stock axles are fine I have had no problems at all with my stock axles or CV's running the Stage 1 and Xtreme Lifts together...The Stage 1 Lift includes 4 billet spacers for all four shocks and with just the Stage 1 I picked up about 1.5" of actual lift...I like the Gorilla I just wanted a little more so I added the Xtreme...I am now thinking about pulling the Xtreme off and putting a RDC lift in its place but still keeping the Gorilla








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I think i might get a Gorilla and keep my HL. And step up to some 31" Outlaws.








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[quote=mudrider28;100987]I think i might get a Gorilla and keep my HL. And step up to some 31" Outlaws.[/quo

if u do step up to 31s u will still jus barley rub the front floorboards when u turn and u will have sme slight rubbing in the rear. i have the 2in ext and pipe lift and 31s and have jus a bit of rubbing








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I think i might get a Gorilla and keep my HL. And step up to some 31" Outlaws.[/quo

if u do step up to 31s u will still jus barley rub the front floorboards when u turn and u will have sme slight rubbing in the rear. i have the 2in ext and pipe lift and 31s and have jus a bit of rubbing
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mine dont rub at all anymore with my 2" hl lift and 2" spring spacers with my 31's. sorry for not responding sooner but i have been off working for the past 2 months. My cv's are at a huge angle and i dont think a stock axle will hold up to the angle because my gorillas are having a hard time with it. I still have stockers in the front though.








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I'm looking to do something along these lines and have been talking to RDC about what he can do for me. I already have his lift and love it but want a bit more clearance w/ the 31's. I don't have any rubbing issues, unless I'm turning hard coming out of a rut or something, thanks to some heat treating... LOL. As of right now I'm still running stock axles but will be changing them once I get the money for it. How much should I add to the springs w/ the lift I have where I won't for sure break an axle next ride out?








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I'm running a 2" RDC lift with the 2" pvc but the 2" Pvc only measures 1 1/2" not a full 2". Stock axles are doing fine so far but it is at max angle. Not sure if I should cut them down but it looks good!








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I have an 07 with 2" hl....so would I be safe to run 1" or 1.5" spacers with stock axcels








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