It is advertised as a 2" but I got about 4" out of it. With the stock bighorns I've got 14 1/2" of GC in the back and 14" in the front. What a difference it made. Rides a lot tougher but I like the stiffness. I'm not fond of the squishy feeling it had after the springs settled.
I put a 2 " High Lifter on my VI and 30 " Evolutions on it. Have before and after picks on Tombstone Taxi After pic is a little distorted because I had not let the front end settle after jacking it up but very happy with the results
When I installed the 2" High Lifter kit on mine it actually raised it up 3", I thought that after awhile it would settle back down a bit but it did not, then the 28's added about another 1 1/2"s. Did you measure your new clearance ground to pan? Now I don't bottom out on the rocks around here.
Anyone have any input on which shock setup to go with? I did a search on here but most of the posts are from years ago. The dealership here has the Fox shocks in stock. Are the others any better in terms of ride quality, worth the 4-6 week wait? I am trying to get a smoother ride.
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Just bought a 2017 Viking and after a few loads of wood notice a considerable sag in the rear end. Have seen a few older threads on this issue but does anyone have any suggestions?
I am not sure this is the proper forum, but steering seems closest to suspension...
I ride the trails in the Buckhorn Trail system in the Ozark National Forest in NW Arkansas in my 2015 three seater with EPS, but stay off the real aggressive trails (I ride for scenery, not pushing my buggy)...
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