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RMAX 1000 HIGH-CLEARANCE 1.5" FORWARD OFFSET A-ARMS
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Adds a 1.5” forward offset
Adds 1.5” of ground clearance
Fit up to 34” tires
1.5” tubing is 25% larger than stock
Adjustable upper pivot block for full camber adjustability
Includes high-quality HDPE bushings
UV-resistant powder coat finish
Easy to install


 

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There they are!

HEADS UP.............

You guys are the very first to see this. The link is on the website, but its not "live" on the website yet, so you can't look it up. They can only be accessed through the link I posted above until the website updates later this evening.
 

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SuperATV, How well does that roof work you have in the pictures? if yall are working on a 4 seater version, you're gonna make a lot of people happy.
 

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Sorry man. Got too excited lol. Anyone else notice something in those pics.

Portals!!!!!
Yes I did. The first thing actually. Thing looks bad ass all jacked up. I can't wait for matching rear arms for the 4 seater. I think I would definitely pull the trigger on the full set. The lift and ability to run larger tires all in one is win win to me.
 
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Waiting on the long travel kit…😁
Long travel and offset as far as is safe for a Rhino axle.
Don’t let HCR beat you to it SATV!
 

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I am currently running 20's & 33's on my 4-seater r-maxx with clearance in the front and rear. I took it out this weekend and it performed flawlessly. I was able to clear and go through areas I usually tend to avoid.
 

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SuperAtv - My friend and I installed your forward arched arms and 4" portals on our X2 and X4. I am disappointed to say that the HDPE bushings that you provide for the arched A-arms are egged out and sloppy on both of our machines within 1,000 miles. Yes, we ride in mud, but we drive these machines pretty slow more like tractors and as such I would expect the bushings to last much longer. I have replaced your HDPE bushings once already and they need replaced again. The rear control arms and bushings on our machines are factory Yamaha and with about 2,400 miles on them they are still tight. I thought you should know.
 

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SuperAtv - My friend and I installed your forward arched arms and 4" portals on our X2 and X4. I am disappointed to say that the HDPE bushings that you provide for the arched A-arms are egged out and sloppy on both of our machines within 1,000 miles. Yes, we ride in mud, but we drive these machines pretty slow more like tractors and as such I would expect the bushings to last much longer. I have replaced your HDPE bushings once already and they need replaced again. The rear control arms and bushings on our machines are factory Yamaha and with about 2,400 miles on them they are still tight. I thought you should know.
I appreciate constructive criticism. I hope SuperATV does as well.
 
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I appreciate constructive criticism. I hope SuperATV does as well.
One thing for sure regarding SATV Is that they have built there whole business on taking constructive criticism from people who test there products.
 

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SuperAtv - My friend and I installed your forward arched arms and 4" portals on our X2 and X4. I am disappointed to say that the HDPE bushings that you provide for the arched A-arms are egged out and sloppy on both of our machines within 1,000 miles. Yes, we ride in mud, but we drive these machines pretty slow more like tractors and as such I would expect the bushings to last much longer. I have replaced your HDPE bushings once already and they need replaced again. The rear control arms and bushings on our machines are factory Yamaha and with about 2,400 miles on them they are still tight. I thought you should know.
Good to know. I'll pass that along. They probably need the tolerances reviewed by now.
 
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