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#5505536 - 12/28/14 10:52 PM Lifting a ranger
TC hunter Offline
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Registered: 09/17/12
Posts: 84
I have a 2012 800 crew I'm looking at lifting for alittle more ground clearance and run a slightly larger more aggressive tire than mine that are stock. I would appreciate any ideas someone might have that's been down this road because his is new to me.

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#5505543 - 12/28/14 10:57 PM Re: Lifting a ranger [Re: TC hunter]
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Registered: 03/21/10
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Loc: Cleburne, TX
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#5505716 - 12/29/14 07:08 AM Re: Lifting a ranger [Re: TC hunter]
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Bird Dog

Registered: 10/12/11
Posts: 311
Loc: West Texas
I have a 13' crew. Added a 2.5" lift for rock clearance and then added Kevlar tires because of mesquites. I have only had 2 issues.

1. Because of my probox top, it has made it top heavy. Be very careful and do NOT "powerslide". It will tip over!!

2. The back rubber bushings on the torque bar squeaks. I just spray wd-40 on the them and it's good to go for a week or so.

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#5509694 - 12/30/14 09:04 PM Re: Lifting a ranger [Re: TC hunter]
TC hunter Offline
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Thanks to you bolth

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