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This is a discussion on Super ATV - 2" Lift Kit within the Super ATV forums, part of the Supporting Vendors category; Originally Posted by Wolvie Hunter I completely agree!!! Come on Super ATV, bring this to market! Please don't force us all to go somewhere else. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolvie Hunter View Post
    I completely agree!!!

    Come on Super ATV, bring this to market! Please don't force us all to go somewhere else. LOL.
    I'm tempted to see if the Pioneer 700 puck lift will work... Hmmm...pretty close on those spring dimensions, @Wolvie Hunter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperATV View Post
    I'm tempted to see if the Pioneer 700 puck lift will work... Hmmm...pretty close on those spring dimensions, @Wolvie Hunter.
    Wait...what? You're thinking of putting Honda parts on my Yammie. NEVER!!! LOL.
    Last edited by Wolvie Hunter; 01-29-2020 at 03:22 PM.
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    Now that is Funny
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    I wouldn’t care if they were for (dare I say...) a Polaris!

    As long as they fit and work, I’ll slum ‘em!
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    Well...I guess we can give it a shot?!?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperATV View Post
    Well...I guess we can give it a shot?!?!
    I would. What can it hurt?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolvie Hunter View Post
    I would. What can it hurt?
    Maybe an axle? Lol! If it makes it bind up...which is easy to test for. Just make sure it free spins at full drop without binding.

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    The Gen I machined lift appears to be really close to fitting the X2's. Trailhound made them work on his X2 with a grinder.

    https://www.wolverineforums.com/foru...illa-lift.html

    I've searched around but haven't found any residual stock. Do you suppose if there were enough interest (e,g, a group buy) that Gorilla would make the minor tweaks and put them back in production? They already have the files so this would be a very minimal effort. And for what it is at 350 bucks a copy, would be quite lucrative if all who's asking would commit to an advanced purchase. I've never dealt with the company so I don't know how customer oriented they are but money talks louder than words and Super ATV doesn't seem to interested (spring spacers, come on). I participated in a similar thing on the Rhino Forums when power steering first become available but that was a forum sponsor who put the thing together and had a POC with the manufacturer. Any members or vendors here have a backdoor or contact to try such a thing? Just a thought.

    I've reviewed everything I could find regarding The X2 lift kits and believe the Gorilla approach is the way to go. I have both the skills and resources to plagiarize their design intent and make my own. It's tempting to purchase a couple of A arms for doing the engineering and fitment... about $75.00 for both pieces. I use my X2 around my acreage daily so I wouldn't want the downtime while working out the geometry and doing the machining. Ideally, if I could get my hands on a Gen I lift kit, it would be easy to make the mod's, reverse engineer and share the results for others to use but that currently doesn't seem to be an option.

    It appears the supporting industry is preoccupied with RZR's and Can Am's and for good reason. Those guys need more inventive ways to carry spare axles, pack around replacement belts/tie rods and make trail side repairs more accommodating by means of tool-less fasteners etc. Fortunately the X2 crowd will never need that kind of clever engineering or creative marketing. Unfortunately, it's all about the numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhinohio View Post
    The Gen I machined lift appears to be really close to fitting the X2's. Trailhound made them work on his X2 with a grinder.

    https://www.wolverineforums.com/foru...illa-lift.html

    I've searched around but haven't found any residual stock. Do you suppose if there were enough interest (e,g, a group buy) that Gorilla would make the minor tweaks and put them back in production? They already have the files so this would be a very minimal effort. And for what it is at 350 bucks a copy, would be quite lucrative if all who's asking would commit to an advanced purchase. I've never dealt with the company so I don't know how customer oriented they are but money talks louder than words and Super ATV doesn't seem to interested (spring spacers, come on). I participated in a similar thing on the Rhino Forums when power steering first become available but that was a forum sponsor who put the thing together and had a POC with the manufacturer. Any members or vendors here have a backdoor or contact to try such a thing? Just a thought.

    I've reviewed everything I could find regarding The X2 lift kits and believe the Gorilla approach is the way to go. I have both the skills and resources to plagiarize their design intent and make my own. It's tempting to purchase a couple of A arms for doing the engineering and fitment... about $75.00 for both pieces. I use my X2 around my acreage daily so I wouldn't want the downtime while working out the geometry and doing the machining. Ideally, if I could get my hands on a Gen I lift kit, it would be easy to make the mod's, reverse engineer and share the results for others to use but that currently doesn't seem to be an option.

    It appears the supporting industry is preoccupied with RZR's and Can Am's and for good reason. Those guys need more inventive ways to carry spare axles, pack around replacement belts/tie rods and make trail side repairs more accommodating by means of tool-less fasteners etc. Fortunately the X2 crowd will never need that kind of clever engineering or creative marketing. Unfortunately, it's all about the numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperATV View Post
    I'm tempted to see if the Pioneer 700 puck lift will work... Hmmm...pretty close on those spring dimensions, @Wolvie Hunter.

    these ---> https://www.ebay.ca/itm/2-5-Suspensi....c100005.m1851

    They're 1 inch high. Not sure about the statement about the lift ratio.
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