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This is a discussion on Super ATV control arms within the Wolverine General Discussion forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine Gen 1 708 cc SxS category; So I installed them today. I got to say these are high quality arms! And they do work with the Prefex lift kit. It looks ...

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    Super ATV control arms

    So I installed them today. I got to say these are high quality arms! And they do work with the Prefex lift kit. It looks like it’s a bit taller in the rear now. Just don’t have a skid plate for them, which is all right, they just pack mud anyways. Install took a couple of hours and a couple brews. Fit was precise but much easier to perform when you take the shock right out.
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    They look great Stix!
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    You'll be surprised how much less mud gets packed in them. It seemed like they softened my rear suspension up also, I'm curious to see your results with them.
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    Those look really nice.
    I want some for the X4!... cough superatv! cough
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    Awesome! Beat'em up!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperATV View Post
    Awesome! Beat'em up!!!
    Could you give a hint as to this maybe being in the works or future plans?.. Should I hold off a little while on buying OEM rear A-arm guards?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtRider612 View Post
    Could you give a hint as to this maybe being in the works or future plans?.. Should I hold off a little while on buying OEM rear A-arm guards?
    Well...I haven't seen any plans on the rears on my 90 day out sheet, but we will be finishing up some prototype front forward arms next week...hopefully. Hopefully we'll be able to kick off a production run when the prototypes get some ride time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperATV View Post
    Well...I haven't seen any plans on the rears on my 90 day out sheet, but we will be finishing up some prototype front forward arms next week...hopefully. Hopefully we'll be able to kick off a production run when the prototypes get some ride time.
    Are the front forward arms you mention only for the older gen wolverines or will they work with the new X2 and X4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riddler6.7 View Post
    Are the front forward arms you mention only for the older gen wolverines or will they work with the new X2 and X4?

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    They're going to be for the new X2 and X4 models.

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    If you make rears for the x4 and amount that you could push the tire back would be great! It would allow larger tires not to rub on the frame rail. An inch or two would make a huge difference.


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