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Old January 9th, 2017, 11:34 AM   #1
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Recommendations when lifting XP900

Hello,

I am planning on doing a Rubberdown Customs 2.5 inch lift on my Xp soon. The Xp has quite a bit of weight on the stock Fox shocks and springs.

Would you recommend doing anything with the factory shocks and springs?

Would you recommend a different lift then the Rubberdown Customs setup?
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Old January 9th, 2017, 12:38 PM   #2
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Re: Recommendations when lifting XP900

I have the Rubberdown lift and it has been great. I originally had my shocks cranked up for a little extra height. With the lift installed I was able to lower the shocks back down so the ride improved and I still maintained the ground clearance. I am still using the stock shocks however my are the Walker Evans.
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Re: Recommendations when lifting XP900

Looks like yours is sitting pretty low. Are your shocks backed off? Here is a picture of mine from about the same angle before I installed the lift. So that was all stock but with the shock pre-load turned up a little. Your machine may be a little heaver with the front cage extension but it shouldn't be that much different.
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The shocks are backed off quite a bit.
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