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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-14-2018, 12:57 PM Thread Starter
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Should I do a highlifter 2 inch lift on a new rancher

Debating on lifting my new Honda rancher 4x4 es anyone had any issues or experience with the lift?
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-14-2018, 01:15 PM
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My opinion only, I would get through the warranty period OEM and then modify. Do I think it’s okay, you bet but I would wait, my .02

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I got Kendra 26" executioners coming also what's your thoughts

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Good tyre, a bit heavy though. You may struggle in the real deep mud. If of course you ride in deep mud that is!

As @alloutdoors said, wait until the warranty is finished before you start any major mods.

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The lift isn't going to affect your warranty any more than the bigger wheels/tires... to deny your warranty they have to prove that the modifications caused the issue that you are attempting to get warrantied... The lift is easily installed/removed.. so you could easily remove it before taking it in for any warranty work is needed. But I don't think that would really be needed unless you had a dealership that just wanted to be difficult!!!
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Does anyone have this lift on there 4 wheeler? I just wanna know the pros and Conn's beforehand
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Curious what kind of trails are you planning to ride on?

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Really just want to use it on my deer lease and playing in the mud now n then
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Is it SRA or IRS? If it’s SRA you shouldn’t lift the rear without stretching it, the u joint can’t take the added angle. IRS your fine though.


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It's a solid rear axle
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