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Unread 11-08-2019, 09:13 PM   #1
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Does anyone have any pictures of the "economy" 4 inch block lift before I buy one. Actual pictures of the installed components?? The instructions suck and therw are no videos on youtube of any of the kits installed :(
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Unread 11-08-2019, 11:04 PM   #2
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TXT, marathon, other? What model are you referring to?
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Unread 11-08-2019, 11:11 PM   #3
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The 94.5 to 2001 txt. Sorry I forgot to put that
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Comes with two tie rod extenders, two shock extenders, two front risers two rear risers (that bolt btwn the springs and axles), you do have to pull the rear springs and move them to the top of the axle, even a caveman could figure it out.

I would go with a dropped axle lift myself, you will be looking cool and soon forget the extra money.
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Comes with two tie rod extenders, two shock extenders, two front risers two rear risers (that bolt btwn the springs and axles), you do have to pull the rear springs and move them to the top of the axle, even a caveman could figure it out.

I would go with a dropped axle lift myself, you will be looking cool and soon forget the extra money.
Stovebolt, do you like the ones that you have to remove the springs to top or do they all have to be done that way. Pardon my ignorance but I have never done any lift upgrades. Do the factory ezgo lifts come that way ?
I actually got a brand new lift kit in my shop with parts still in plastic. I know its for the older model ezgo's. I took it on trade for work I did and really have not even paid much attention to it. Its just laying the corner of my shop waiting on me to do something with it.
No numbers on it to identify. Maybe I can upload a picture and you could tell me just what I got. Tom
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Stovebolt, do you like the ones that you have to remove the springs to top or do they all have to be done that way. Pardon my ignorance but I have never done any lift upgrades. Do the factory ezgo lifts come that way ?
I actually got a brand new lift kit in my shop with parts still in plastic. I know its for the older model ezgo's. I took it on trade for work I did and really have not even paid much attention to it. Its just laying the corner of my shop waiting on me to do something with it.
No numbers on it to identify. Maybe I can upload a picture and you could tell me just what I got. Tom
Tom if it's a dropped axle lift for a txt there are only two, the later one has the steering bolted to the axle so has a plate welded on it, the earlier ones don't. All lifts you have to pull the rear springs and move to the top of the axle.

Lets see some pic's.
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Here ya go Stovebolt
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Here ya go Stovebolt
Looks like a 4" lift for a 2001.5 and older TXT, also work on a Medalist.

Just what Mike needs..
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Looks like a 4" lift for a 2001.5 and older TXT, also work on a Medalist.

Just what Mike needs..
I will promote you to head of sales StoveBolt
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I will promote you to head of sales StoveBolt
Now that I look at your picture again them rear risers look like for a electric cart. The front would the same and it would be an easy fix on a 4" lift on the rear by not using the risers, just flipping the iso-mounts and springs and using a 1" block with a hole in it to except the alignment pins on the axle/springs... not rocket science.
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