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bruterider272010-08-11 00:30:16 +0000 #1
Ok I'm thinking of getting a high lifter lift and if I do put it on can I leave the extream sway bar lift blocks there?
lilbigtonka2010-08-11 00:42:20 +0000 #2
yes actually on my bike i have the highlifter lift blocks with my rdc lift and my buddy has the rdc lift blocks with the highlifter lift lol im lazy and didnt wanna take them out hahaha
wvMOUNTAINMAN2010-08-11 00:51:46 +0000 #3
im sure the lift blocks are identical, if all your doing is mudding take the sway bar off anyways
lilbigtonka2010-08-11 01:11:01 +0000 #4
thats funny that you say that cuz that is what we are doing to his bike to see the difference especially since he doest ride fast and to be quite honest i dont either so i most likely will take mine off too
jctgumby2010-08-11 01:51:21 +0000 #5
I am about to remove mine as well...Figured I would at least see how she acted with out it
wvMOUNTAINMAN2010-08-11 01:08:13 +0000 #6
mine was off but I put in back on, the only reason I put it back on was because the trails here are steep and off camber most of the time, but where you guys are it would be off if it was mine, it frees up the suspension alittle bit and I think it would help you in a hole going over ruts and stuff, but forget about doin donuts cause it will hook up
lilbigtonka2010-08-11 02:28:09 +0000 #7
i dont do donuts, only thing i ever do is wheelie when comming out of a hole sometimes
jctgumby2010-08-11 02:19:54 +0000 #8
same here
Polaris4252010-08-11 04:34:31 +0000 #9
If you are in the market for a new lift you should check out the RDC lift.... GREAT quality product.
bruterider272010-08-11 02:38:37 +0000 #10
I really like there lift but I'm sick of bending front brackets and extream sucks cause my back is bent to
Polaris4252010-08-11 05:10:12 +0000 #11
You wont bend an RDC... If it does for some wild reason bend, I'm sure that he will take care of it.



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