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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-16-2013, 09:25 PM Thread Starter
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hey every one. I put the 3.5" lift from super atv in this week. The back was easier to install then the front. took about 5 hours to do. overall pretty happy with the install. Sure is a lot easier to get in and out of.
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-17-2013, 05:29 AM
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hey every one. I put the 3.5" lift from super atv in this week. The back was easier to install then the front. took about 5 hours to do. overall pretty happy with the install. Sure is a lot easier to get in and out of.
Looks good Rob,I like your wildcat sign.

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I don't have the speed or power of a Wildcat to throw as much, but Mud is Good!
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I haven't seen that kind of mud yet with mine ,,,,,,but I will soon

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better have a good pressure washer for mud rigs , just the spring mud I get into takes a lot of time n water getting that stuff back out and off the rig .. a few runs through the quarter wash place will remind you to buy one, a $10.00 bill will just get you to semi clean LOL

so how stable is it with that much lift ??

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I haven't seen that kind of mud yet with mine ,,,,,,but I will soon
Yes that is a lot of mud.

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better have a good pressure washer for mud rigs , just the spring mud I get into takes a lot of time n water getting that surf back out and off the rig .. a few runs through the quarter wash place will remind you to buy one, a $10.00 will just get you to semi clean LOL

so how stable is it with that much lift ??
The guy's place we were at had a heated pressure washer, blew the decal off my hood. Got most of it off that day but I was digging it out of the under carriage for a week.

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The guy's place we were at had a heated pressure washer, blew the decal off my hood. Got most of it off that day but I was digging it out of the under carriage for a week.
I don't think a person ever does get all cleaned out.

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Great looking cat, did it change the handling any?

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