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post #31 of 57 Old 03-20-2010, 07:08 PM Thread Starter
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i didnt put mine on the back. only the front. and ill probly end up takin them off the front and cutting them in half and just have a 1" pipe lift all the way around. My 07 springs are way to stiff for a full 2" pipe lift. and to put them on u gotta have a spring compressor or a ratchet strap to compress ur springs to get the locs off the top.

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post #32 of 57 Old 03-22-2010, 08:27 PM
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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.

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post #33 of 57 Old 03-22-2010, 08:31 PM Thread Starter
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i know on a canam u get almost the full 2" but im not sure on a brute or a grizzly. And it puts ur axles at a really hard angle. I broke an axle today just by putting the 2" on the back of my bike. It was a stock axle though and couldnt handle the angle it was in. My gorilla's dont have a problem.

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post #34 of 57 Old 03-23-2010, 01:56 AM
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hey JHR u have lift on ur brute or what to cause ur axle to brake but i dont understand how it can brake it does it lift the brute, mine is stock height its an 08 and those springs are real flimsy u think im coing to brake something
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You'll be ok with stock axles if you do a 2 inch pipe lift with NO suspension lift.

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post #36 of 57 Old 04-05-2010, 09:44 PM Thread Starter
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if u have an 08 up u can do a pipe lift and a 2" lift no problem because the newer brutes springs are shorter than the 05-07 springs. I put a 1 1/4 spacer on my back springs and it is perfect. I got it half way up atm. but i have an 07. i still have the 2" spacers on the front and i have my springs turned all the way down and it is still too stiff. So if u have a 05-07 i would suggest the 1" spacers and a 2" lift and if u have a 08 up u should do the 2" spacers and a 2" lift and u will be fine.

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can someone do a write up or how to do this
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can someone do a write up or how to do this
Just follow the same procedure for the HL spring change instead of changing the spring just put the spacer under & put the stock spring back on...

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i didnt put mine on the back. only the front. and ill probly end up takin them off the front and cutting them in half and just have a 1" pipe lift all the way around. My 07 springs are way to stiff for a full 2" pipe lift. and to put them on u gotta have a spring compressor or a ratchet strap to compress ur springs to get the locs off the top.
i noticed you have the so called 2in hl lift plus 2in pipe did you do a before pipe measurment for ground clerance , an after pipe to see the difference

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i have the extreme 2inch and a the 2inch pvc couplings for a lift on mine and i did nt measure mine bt i could tell a big difference jus by looking at the bike when i gt dne. Jus to let yall knw it is alot easier to jus pt the pipe coupling on the top of the pring than it is to take the spring all the way off and pt it back on.

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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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post #44 of 57 Old 06-16-2010, 03:37 PM
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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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