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Old 02-17-2009, 07:55 PM   #21
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Old 02-17-2009, 08:04 PM   #22
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this is a ALLSPORTS 7" double a arm lift on a G2 that i installed

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Old 02-19-2009, 10:34 AM   #23
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The 7" Allsports looks pretty nice, how has that one worked out for you so far? No problems with the quality, do you recommend the Allsports? Thats seems like a good height, and what I am looking for.I shopped around the Jakes website and found the monthly special here

http://www.jakescarts.com/Products/monthlyspecial.shtml

Cussin or discussin? Im thinking that the adjustable options for this lift might come in handy. I was looking at the installation instructions for the rear suspension and they keep throwing in the disclaimer of possibly cutting the fender wells to fit tires and do you guys think that wheel spacers will be needed, and/or extra rear suspension needed??
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Old 02-19-2009, 08:19 PM   #24
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go with the 6" Jake's lift there better then the allsports double a arm. this is my opinion I'm not trying to speak for others. also if you stay with 22" or 23" tires you wont have to cut any thing. you will have plenty of room. if you take the rear body off your cart please take some pics of the rear frame area and were the shocks mount. thanks
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now pounder, Is the lift you installed on the green cart a long travel kit, A-arm package, or spindle??
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now pounder, Is the lift you installed on the green cart a long travel kit, A-arm package, or spindle??
the green cart has a allsports 7" double a arm package. (it is not a long travel). what are you going to do with your cart? if you are doing any off roading don't buy the double a arm lift. go with a Jake's.
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ok, so the Jakes 6" spindle is more or less what you are recommending for just puttin round the neighborhood and the ocassional very mild "off pavement" driving?
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ok, so the Jakes 6" spindle is more or less what you are recommending for just puttin round the neighborhood and the ocassional very mild "off pavement" driving?
no go with (Jake's 6" a arm lift kit). the best all around lift. and all most the same price as a allsports. but will you do some measuring
for me? just to see how the lift will line up on your cart.
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Old 02-19-2009, 09:56 PM   #29
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measure center to center of your a arm like i marked in this pic. to see if the G2/G9 is the same we will start there OK?
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measure center to center of your a arm like i marked in this pic. to see if the G2/G9 is the same we will start there OK?
sorry forgot the pic here we go
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