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I had the same problem when I installed my SuperATV 2 1/2" lift last Aug. The driver side was difficult to line up and took me quite a bit of time to figure out but the passenger side went in so quick that I thought I had screwed something up. took it caribou hunting the next day and everything worked as advertised. Haven't had a problem with CV play or travel.
 

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Damn i have same machine and was thinking about the same lift. I didnt think you had to get new axles, that sucks.

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Damn i have same machine and was thinking about the same lift. I didnt think you had to get new axles, that sucks.

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You could possibly do a bit of measuring and check before purchase

His really is a fluke.




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I did, it's the cv's that are limiting me.
Does it feel like both of them are?


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I’m thinking disconnect the sway bar and see which one drops and which one doesn’t .
 

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Damn i have same machine and was thinking about the same lift. I didnt think you had to get new axles, that sucks.

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I would say unbolt the top of both shocks let them go to a full droop maybe even push the trailing arms as far as they will go until they are bottomed out and swing the shock back up to the stock bolt hole and see where the hole is. There is a picture in this thread of my stock alignment, hopefully you have a greater distance than my unicorn.Like others said earlier here once you've bottomed out you can unbolt the swaybar to determine if it's the axle/cv your bottomed out on or the swaybar. Good luck
 
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