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Unread 08-11-2019, 07:35 AM   #1
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Default Lifting only the back of a 2015 G29?

I am running 20X10 tires, and the rear wheels rub occasionally. I ordered Jakes 3" lift and the heavier rear springs. I am wondering if I only install the rear lift am I creating problems? I didn't know about the increased turn radius until after I ordered. Will a rear only lift prevent this?

Cart is a Yami Drive 2015.

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Unread 08-11-2019, 08:31 AM   #2
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Default Re: Lifting only the back of a 2015 G29?

I think lifting only the rear would make it look funny.

Don't worry about the turning radius...
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Unread 08-11-2019, 12:59 PM   #3
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Default Re: Lifting only the back of a 2015 G29?

Just aesthetics then? I look funny so maybe the two will even out? You're probably right, but I think I'll do the back first just to see.


I'm looking to tackle the install one afternoon. this week.

SWVA is Beautiful by the way. I'm originally from Grayson County
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Just aesthetics then? I look funny so maybe the two will even out? You're probably right, but I think I'll do the back first just to see.


I'm looking to tackle the install one afternoon. this week.

SWVA is Beautiful by the way. I'm originally from Grayson County
Yes, it is. Carroll County, not far from Meadows of Dan.
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Unread 08-11-2019, 04:45 PM   #5
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On my G14 yamaha I have the steeling 4" lift with 24 "s on the back for the gearing effect and 20"s up front. You end up with something looks like a 60-70's drag car but I not seen any ill effects in the way it drives.Secondly on my harley cart same thing with 20"s on the back again for higher speed gearing and 18"s on the front. Neither are the prettiest cars but very functional.
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Unread 08-11-2019, 06:38 PM   #6
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On my G14 yamaha I have the steeling 4" lift with 24 "s on the back for the gearing effect and 20"s up front. You end up with something looks like a 60-70's drag car but I not seen any ill effects in the way it drives.Secondly on my harley cart same thing with 20"s on the back again for higher speed gearing and 18"s on the front. Neither are the prettiest cars but very functional.
Got any pics lying about?
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On my G14 yamaha I have the steeling 4" lift with 24 "s on the back for the gearing effect and 20"s up front. You end up with something looks like a 60-70's drag car but I not seen any ill effects in the way it drives.Secondly on my harley cart same thing with 20"s on the back again for higher speed gearing and 18"s on the front. Neither are the prettiest cars but very functional.
Our cart had 22 in. All around.since I put 20 in. On front it has a better turning radius and handles way better.

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Got any pics lying about?
Check out my photo album for the G14 and pages 7 & 10 of my 440 sled build for the HD.
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