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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-22-2010, 10:12 PM Thread Starter
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CATVOS 3" Lift

Just installed on my new 08' Teryx. Install took about 3 hours using lift and pneumatic tools. Some minor tweeks and mods needed, but all in all a great kit that results in very good rear ground clearance (true clearance) as well as very good appealing final look.
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-22-2010, 11:06 PM
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Looks pretty high for sure. Does the kit require you to turn the rear shock inside out, or is there a different reason.

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No it doesn't require that. We decided to do that since we had room, to better protect the resevoirs on the shocks.
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And price?
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Price was just under $500.00
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What size tires r u running, Thinking about the catvos lift.
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it would seem to me that it will put undue stress on the cv joints being at that sharp of an angle all the time.
I made my own 2" lift and whith my rig loaded with the necessary riding supplies and equipment i figure it settles it down some , so far no issues.
I did have to turn my rear shocks but then again i did build the lift kit.
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28" Gorillas....took it to the Mud Nats this weekend and it was incredible. Excellent lift, I highly recommend...
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it would seem to me that it will put undue stress on the cv joints being at that sharp of an angle all the time.
I made my own 2" lift and whith my rig loaded with the necessary riding supplies and equipment i figure it settles it down some , so far no issues.
I did have to turn my rear shocks but then again i did build the lift kit.
As long as those axels can stay under 33 degrees they will be fine. The only other strain on them is the torque and tires.

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28" Gorillas....took it to the Mud Nats this weekend and it was incredible. Excellent lift, I highly recommend...
Mud nats was a lot of fun.

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