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Unread 07-13-2009, 03:27 PM   #1
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Default I may not be gifted, but I sure am lifted!

6 inches with the help of All Sports. I've attached pix of the process. Not a bad job overall. I removed the rear springs individually to flip the axle underneath and add the spacer. Not a bad job since I just replaced the old single leaf with multi packs a couple of months ago. Also removed the flat spring from the multi pack to try to eliminate the dump truck ride. The added bonus are my shocks are now back at mid stroke instead stretched to the max. as they were after I replaced the single leaf springs. I'm guessing the removal of the flat spring and the position of the All Sports shock plate helped.

The front was very easy after the I got over the fact that I was removing the entire front suspension from the cart! Directions are clear cut and very simple to follow. My only complaint is the instructions say to "install new upper control arms with supplied bolts". Problem is that the bolts are not provided. There is no parts breakdown/inventory provided so I'm not sure whether I was shorted or its a typo. No big deal as the old bolts fit perfectly.

I must provide a gratuitous plug to All Sports. Their A arm lift kit is very well built. Fit and finish is fantastic and more importantly, made in the USA. We've all been disapointed by all this Chinese crap (ask Scuba!). Nice to see quality parts coming out of the ol USA.

Waiting for the wheels and tires to come in. We picked 12" Fairway Agressors and 22" tires. Hope to make our debut at Ocean Lakes at the end of the month!
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Unread 07-13-2009, 03:30 PM   #2
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Default Re: I may not be gifted, but I sure am lifted!

nice work C.thanks for the pics.keep them coming!
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Unread 07-13-2009, 03:33 PM   #3
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Nice work
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