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Unread 11-27-2014, 06:42 PM   #1
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Default Precedent Lift BMF kit style, comparison

I am looking for some feed back prior to purchasing a 6 inch lift kit combo.From those that have information on the 6" Rohx BMF ( seem to be configured a bit different to other A Frame lifts) and how do they compare to other manufactures style for durability and ride.
We use our cart in camp grounds trails in sand and mud.
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Unread 11-30-2014, 10:19 AM   #2
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I've used the Rhox lifts a few times. The bottom of the lift is much more solid than the other typical a-arm lifts. However, I find it harder to get the alignment dialed in just right on these lifts.
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I've used the Rhox lifts a few times. The bottom of the lift is much more solid than the other typical a-arm lifts. However, I find it harder to get the alignment dialed in just right on these lifts.
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I've used the Rhox lifts a few times. The bottom of the lift is much more solid than the other typical a-arm lifts. However, I find it harder to get the alignment dialed in just right on these lifts.
Follow up: Purchased the BMF lift kit. Installation did take some time however the instructions were very clear. I did not find the alignment to be difficult but may have just gotten lucky in the process.
I made the choice to invert and swap sides with the brakes as has been covered in other threads. Prior to completion I decided to modify the design and made new spring plates and will use 4 per side grade 5 7/16 x 8 bolts I have on order.
We have full intention of motor upgrade in the future so I moved the idea of being able to stop ahead in the list.
I ordered through this afternoon from Scotty B the Ausco disc brake system, so am on hold for a while until this late delivery from Santa arrives.
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