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I need a couple more inches of ground clearance just wondering what lift i should buy i was looking for about two inches thanx
 

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I am also looking at lift kits. Seems that the one to go with is the Racer Tech, thats what i'll be getting!
 

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The RokTek is awesome also, same type of lift and less expensive:ride: I've got about 1500miles of serious abuse on mine with no problems.:ride:
 

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The RokTek is awesome also, same type of lift and less expensive:ride: I've got about 1500miles of serious abuse on mine with no problems.:ride:
Thinking about this lift...was it hard to install. I have a 2009 RZR.
I live in New Brunswick, Canada. Trying desperate to find a RokTek 3" lift kit. I'm retired and the wife and I travel the back woods in our area. I have the shocks adjusted to the max...now not so confortable. So I figured adjust the shocks back to the confortable level and apply a lift kit. From reading the forum Roktek seems the most likely way to go. Its just to find a place to buy them.




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Bryan.
 

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The RokTek is awesome also, same type of lift and less expensive:ride: I've got about 1500miles of serious abuse on mine with no problems.:ride:
Thinking about this lift...was it hard to install. I have a 2009 RZR.
I live in New Brunswick, Canada. Trying desperate to find a RokTek 3" lift kit. I'm retired and the wife and I travel the back woods in our area. I have the shocks adjusted to the max...now not so confortable. So I figured adjust the shocks back to the confortable level and apply a lift kit. From reading the forum Roktek seems the most likely way to go. Its just to find a place to buy them.




Thanks,
Bryan.
Have you had to buy wheel spacers....thks.
 

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I just put the RacerTech on my 2011 RZR4 and I am impressed with the quality and build of the lift vs many of the "bracket style" lifts...it not only lifts the machine but it reinforces the frame both front and rear at the same time...
 

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I've also been interested in lifting both of my RZR's. The only reason i havent done it is i'm worried about problems. Do 3" lifts put more stress on axles/joints etc? I want my machine to be as durable as possible which means none of the bigger lift kits are an option. I also dont want to lose speed or have my axles heat up. Can anyone with a 3" kit let me know their experience please?
 

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I second the question about wheel spacers? If anyone has any suggestions on a bullet-proof lift setup, i'm open to anything. i would even be open to looking at a wider/higher kit. i am running stock suspension still. i dont need any of the extremely wide kits that you dune-boys are running. im a back woods/some crawling kind of guy. i would love more ground clearance, better ride and a lift for water crossings. sorry for the long message, this thread got me all excited again....
 

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I was kinda thinking the same thing
 

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which lift is better, the RDC, Racer Tech or Roktek? I have the RDC and I'm thinking about upgrading to the Racer Tech or Roktek 3".
 

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Racertech is hands down the best kit out there. It was designed and developed from the beginning to not only give you lift, but improve the ride quality. The quality, fit, finish and warranty are second to none.

3in kits put a lot of added stress on the cv's and other suspension components, with the Racertech kit, you don't need wheel spacers, but if you want them to broaden the stance a bit, they certainly help with that.

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