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03-09-2007, 03:19 PM
Hey i was just wondering if you guys coudl show me your pics of your 700's with a 2 inch lift, i am debating on getting on or not, just wondering how much more clearance you get with them, and if ua re running them with stock axle's???? thanks in advance!!!
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<span style="font-family:Comic Sans MS">Here is a pic of my 700 with 2 inch lift and 28 inch Mudzilla's. Sorry but this is the best one that I have for now.</span>
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Letters are too big, and picture is too small.......
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heres one with 29.5's and a 2" lift
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heres one with 29.5's and a 2" lift [/b]
Any Axle probs with the lift?

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i wish it was my grizz i havent bought mine yet but i dont think the guy has broken any yet
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04-22-2007, 10:51 PM
heres mine i have 27x14x11 and the 2"lift i have 500 hard miles and no problems...
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heres mine i have 27x14x11 and the 2"lift i have 500 hard miles and no problems...[/b]
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I really want to get the 2" lift for mine but I don't know. Something is holding me back like a little voice in my head.
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That a HL lift?
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I really want to get the 2" lift for mine but I don't know. Something is holding me back like a little voice in my head.[/b]
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i put on the HL kit. the instructions were horrible, only got 1.5" of lift, and when i called them with questions they didnt know their head from their butt. its basically some pieces of creatively cut square tubing, some spacers, and some bolts. it kind of pissed me off. everyone loves HL, but i really dont understand why. it will be a long time before i buy anything from them, if i ever buy anything from them again. ive gotten more inteligent answers from the dell tech line, where english is a second language.
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i put on the HL kit. the instructions were horrible, only got 1.5" of lift, and when i called them with questions they didnt know their head from their butt. its basically some pieces of creatively cut square tubing, some spacers, and some bolts. it kind of pissed me off. everyone loves HL, but i really dont understand why. it will be a long time before i buy anything from them, if i ever buy anything from them again. ive gotten more inteligent answers from the dell tech line, where english is a second language.[/b]
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their prices are too high. i can get a set of 29.5 locally for 10-15 less per tire. explain that, i live in minnesota. i dont think ill ever buy anything with their name on it again. if grizzly central was as populated as HL, i would stop posting over at HL. gearslayer, why dont you just make a giant atv forum, call it atvcentral or something, get some moderators and take over the world!
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Does any other company make a lift for the Grizz?
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