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JD GREEN2010-08-11 16:48:36 +0000 #1
How well does the high lifter lift kit hold up and is it very difficult to install any info would be appreciated. Thanks guys
swampthing2010-08-11 17:03:31 +0000 #2
Don't waste yer time or money man, get a lift kit from RUBBERDOWN Customs, they are a site sponsor and make the strongest lifts out there. Their kit is competitively priced and takes about 1 hr to install.....Tops!
rrsi_duke2010-08-11 17:28:39 +0000 #3
i got a hl on mine know, but plan on changing it out as soon as i get the bike up and running, eventhough that might be a while
rrsi_duke2010-08-11 17:36:21 +0000 #4
but to answer the question, it doesn't look that hard to install. the ones i had on my hondas were easy to install but i never really liked that bracket style but not much to chose from on hondas haha
mud magnet2010-08-11 18:08:31 +0000 #5
I have a HL lift kit and it has worked flawlessly for me and i bought it used from a guy on this site. Only took about 2 hours to install. Works good for me and i abuse it!
BrutemanAl2010-08-11 19:13:30 +0000 #6
Quote:

Originally Posted by swampthing

Don't waste yer time or money man, get a lift kit from RUBBERDOWN Customs, they are a site sponsor and make the strongest lifts out there. Their kit is competitively priced and takes about 1 hr to install.....Tops!

I agree,they make a nice lift kit !!
Polaris4252010-08-11 18:04:19 +0000 #7
another vote for rubberdown
BigIzzy2010-08-11 19:19:11 +0000 #8
another one for Rubberdown
JD GREEN2010-08-11 18:11:06 +0000 #9
Thanks guys for all the input much appreciated.
linkage2010-08-11 20:55:40 +0000 #10
OKKK, I notice out of 6-7 responses only 1 actually answered your questions . A HL lift is very durable. I have had them on two different bikes that were both used to there FULL potential over 400 hours, and never a issue with them or any other one that I have known to be on others bikes. As far as ease that all depends on you, but most take between 1-2 hrs. I would have one on my current bike, But I decided to go with a larger lift.
phreebsd2010-08-11 20:51:29 +0000 #11
^ im with him.

the HL lift is very durable. I owned one and it held up great. In fact, that lift has been on 3 bikes and is still running thru a florida mudhole from time to time.

Regarding installation, the exhaust side is a pain.

The lift everyone suggessted above has a much easier install process than the HL lift.

Regarding aesthetics, i think the RDC lift looks better.

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