Ok so Ill start off saying ive started with lengthing my maverick in the rear 6". The reason for this is the type of riding i do is a lot or hill climbing and I am tired of feeling like the front end is not on the ground and dont have much steering control or it just like to come over on me. So my question is polaris can run the engine in the rear of there machines and still able to keep front end down while climbing is it because they are running trailing arms? Also with the trailing arms being mounted more to the center of the machine does that help with puting the tourque of the rear wheels to the point where they are mounted to frame? I have thought about building some trailing arms and trying them out but not sure it will be worth my time to try this or will the extra wheel base do the trick?