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Okay in reference to page 508. On

http://www.hondaatvforums.net/forum...t-have-you-done-your-atv-today-lately-54.html

Ive searched the forums high and low, and nothing need some advise i don't feel too good about asking, lol i located a two inch lift bolt on ultra cheep, under $20 ..... New, but with no instructions and nothing online ....after some looking and figuring, I'm thinking the two same made brackets mount to the top of the front shocks/spring ?
S ? And the single made mounts to the bottom of the rear shock/spring, with some grinding on the ends of the shock bushing? any help would be much appreciated

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But I would say your right about the rear, there will be a bolt through that goes into the hitch or something like that IIRC. Those fronts I have no clue, your guess is as good as mine.
 

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the only way I could see those working would be to cut the original mounts off and weld those new ones on ----here is a pic of what I am use to seeing , you can make your own and out of some heavier tubing as the thin ones get bent up
 

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Says for 300 models 93-20 two and four wheel drive machines @mac102004 , yeah I'm thinking the same as you on the rear bracket, as for the front ? No clue...I'm thinking i didn't make out too good on this purchase i saved a lot of cash but NO instructions at all.......
 

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Says for 300 models 93-20 two and four wheel drive machines @mac102004 , yeah I'm thinking the same as you on the rear bracket, as for the front ? No clue...I'm thinking i didn't make out too good on this purchase i saved a lot of cash but NO instructions at all.......


eBay or?

Have seller confirm it is the correct kit...

Request instructions.

Request refund...?
 

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Uh hu .... -I'm thinking that. To, just snapped this, y'all's thoughts ? But....... That's not a full 2 inch lift..... Thanks for the imput fellows
 

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I don't think any are a true 2" lift @jay10

I made my own lift for my 300 and when I was measuring the front end I'm pretty certain that I could get a little over 1 3/4", The A arms just wouldn't drop any lower. The rear would go more than 2" but obviously it wouldn't match the front end and could lead to issues with the shaft joints.
Just to add... If you decide to make your own, I levelled my 300 out with the lift, the rear is 1 1/2" and the front just over 1 3/4". Hasn't made any difference to the handling or ride quality but made it sit a little more level.
 
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Thanks! Fellows ill be sure to check that Mac. The rear bracket is 2 inches tall but if my pic is close ? Seems to me it sits/bolts in the oem bracket ? If i have this rear bracket figured right it bolts in like a puzzle piece ....... And the bottom side hole bolts tomthe oem bracket to re inforse the side of after market bracket from bulging out at the sides ? I'll be sure to post updates when i have time to get started on this mod. Lol does this make sense ????
 

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Thanks! Fellows ill be sure to check that Mac. The rear bracket is 2 inches tall but if my pic is close ? Seems to me it sits/bolts in the oem bracket ? If i have this rear bracket figured right it bolts in like a puzzle piece ....... And the bottom side hole bolts tomthe oem bracket to re inforse the side of after market bracket from bulging out at the sides ? I'll be sure to post updates when i have time to get started on this mod. Lol does this make sense ????
Wouldn't say it makes a ton of sense but I'm definitely looking forward to see what you figure out LOL
 

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Lol its been a long hot day , and I'm cooling off with a cold one. I should have known better haha!
 

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Mac did you check out the pic on page 10 ? It kind of gives the idea i was getting at.... Best i could do stuffed under the bike.
 

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Okay this is what I'm getting at see the holes the picks are in ? Those holes line up (or look like they would ) to the oem axle bracket......
 

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Update, for you fellows, I've got SOME time to mess with that lift, new question, on the front, for you guys, will i need to re line the front wheels after the lift , i gather it wouldn't really matter THAT much on loose soil, gravel mud sand etc, but i do some payment riding...... Wouldn't want to ruin the front tread out too soon , or have her have squrly steering
 

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Thanks! Jeep will do! Something else came up and i wasn't able to get to mess with it, always something lol!
 
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