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So I just got done installing the front of my SuperAtv 3" lift and its a lot higher than I thought it would be.
Has anyone run into problems with there axels with just a bracket lift. Look that the axel how close it is to the upper control arm is that gonna be a problem? Most importantly how do I n should I adjust the shocks once I'm done?
Thanks for the help guys!!!!!!
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Na you will be fine. Once you load the suspension up it'll settle much lower. I thought the same thing when I did the SLC 4". No axle issues yet and I'm running 34's.
 

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Awesome thank u Fuzzie
 

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With 34s u haven't broken any axels or anything??
 

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Haha yeah right Josh. We both know what you got in the works lol

Nooe the only thing I have done is bend a tie rod. Completely my fault though. Hit a jump an landed on the side of one tire.
 

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Ok, cool I have it all done once I got it all on the ground I felt better, tie rods should be here today,(bent one too) but with work n all I gotta wait another week to try it out:crying:
 
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