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post #1 of 62 (permalink) Old 03-31-2016, 02:47 PM Thread Starter
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Lift Kit on a Sportsman 850/1000???

Just wondering if any one on here has put any kind of lift on their Highlifter edition yet?
I'm thinking about lifting it a little but nothing extreme
Thanks for any pictures or info

here is a picture of mine, I haven't put a bumper or winch on yet
but id like it not to sag with the extra weight on the front

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I'd like to put the Highlifter 3 inch lift on mine. But I'm worried about the axle angles
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Go Extreme! If you lift, buy axles.
Cheaping out means down time on the trail.


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Go Extreme! If you lift, buy axles.
Cheaping out means down time on the trail.
it's hard to afford all that right now. Just dropped too much on this Highlifter 850
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It looks good as it sits just add that front bumper it's not gunna way it down

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This is my project trying to do the highlifter radiator relocation kit on my xp 1000

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Keep us up to date, I would like to do the same to mine, really don't like the look of after market snorkel or rad relocate. I just installed a Catvos 3" lift with 2-1/2" rake. I'll post some more pics once I have the plastics back on.
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Yes the aftermarket looks bad so trying to the highlifter one I got a long way to go but will keep yall updated

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