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post #1 of 6 Old January 24th, 2011, 11:55 AM Thread Starter
 
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Lift Kit

Can anyone tell me what kind of lift kit this is please
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Also it the quick disconnect for the front swaybar. Sorry for all the questions new to Polaris used to have a cat

2009 RZR
30"Silverbacks on ITP ss112 wheels
EPI clutch kit
3" lift, 1.5" wheel spacers, custom front bumper
Polaris windshield, Rock Sliders, 'S' flairs, Rear Bumper, Bimmi Roof 3000lb winch.
EMP Rear Storage Box, front and rear CV guards,Gas tank protector, Cooter Brown Roof,
25"mud lites on stock rims
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Re: Lift Kit

The front bracket, spring spacer and anti swaybar disconnect looks about the same as the roktek kit I have on my RZR. The rear upper bracket doesn't look the same though, although but they may have changed a little over the years. Mines a 2010.

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I think that is the EBAY copy of a roktek. If your gonna mud alot take your front sway bar off anyhow. It articulates way better in thr rough stuff.......

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I think that is the EBAY copy of a roktek. If your gonna mud alot take your front sway bar off anyhow. It articulates way better in thr rough stuff.......
How would it be on off camber stuff and riding around & riding 40-50 on theol railroad trails

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EPI clutch kit
3" lift, 1.5" wheel spacers, custom front bumper
Polaris windshield, Rock Sliders, 'S' flairs, Rear Bumper, Bimmi Roof 3000lb winch.
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I think that is the EBAY copy of a roktek. If your gonna mud alot take your front sway bar off anyhow. It articulates way better in thr rough stuff.......
How would it be on off camber stuff and riding around & riding 40-50 on theol railroad trails
The only time I connect mine is when I'm drifting in the snow on roads. I feel having it disconnected makes the basic rzr handle much better in virtually all other conditions. To me it feels more stable in the off camber rough stuff. The tires tend to stay in contact with the ground a little better and you don't get as much of the rocking as it switches between whatever 3 or so tires may actually be touching the ground. It's often during those times when you're not quite sure if it's going to stay upright or not.

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