This is a discussion on Just finished my Grizzly 700 Gorilla 7" lift kit within the Grizzly Chassis & Body forums, part of the Grizzly Forums category; we have lots of trails between mud pits here and i will say that it handles awsome. no easy tipping or swaying. as for top ...
we have lots of trails between mud pits here and i will say that it handles awsome. no easy tipping or swaying. as for top speeds. i use whatever i need so i dont go that fast to begin with. i would def. recomend this lift. I would def. recomend a rear winch if you do alot of trail riding with deep holes. this way if you get in deep you can pull right back out
2008 Grizzly 700 FI
SS106 14" Rims with Gorilla 30" Tires
Gorilla 2" Lift
Gorilla Front Axles
I have the same lift on my 08 700.....overall pretty good....you can/will break axles if you get bound up and mash the throttle.
My wife rides the Grizz most the time and the only real complaint is that the ride is so stiff now....I need some lighter sprung shocks on it....but cant seem to find an OEM shock thats the right length...and am not gonna spend the money on elkas
LOVE IT! I plan on doing this to my 660 in a year or so for the mud trails, and buy a new 550 eps and use it for the deer lease.
2012 Grizzly 700 w/EPS
27" ITP 589s on 14" MSA M15 Crushers
2" RDC lift
1.5" spacers on back, 1" on front
EPI Purple secondary
1.7mm shim mod
2R exhaust tip
Ram cup holder
2007 Grizz 660
Snorkeled by Triangle ATV
2" Xtreme lift
14 gm greaseless rollers and sliders
EPI Gold secondary
1.5 mm shim
Super Trapp exhaust
K&N filter w/outerwear
HL HD shock springs
God Bless It !!! I don't even think I could get on that Monster Grizz. Far out Rob that is one wild looking rig.
Can't waite to see some action pic's
Way to Go
GREEN It's your Daddy !!!!
'08-700 FI/EPS OG/GROC Member #1 Thought of joining the Original Grizzly Roll Over Club? (OG/ GROC) PM me and I'll tell you whats required to join. All Grizzly's welcome!