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Would like to hear opinions of essential gusset kits or ones easily fabbed.
Suspension, steering , cage etc.
 

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u can take alook in my SIG , and see the 2 companies that make both gussets u mentioned and see if u can do it ?
 

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Front A-arm gussets from Alex Reed (CT Racing) or UTV Inc are probably the best front gussets you can buy. I think Alex's gussets are cheaper. I actually have a combination of both UTV Inc and CT Racing on my Maverick.
 

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I agree, I think the front gusset kit is the most important since it seems to take the most hits.
 

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Thx guys,
so shit bends without em,
I'd reckon we'd all ride mostly the same... Flat out lol.
 

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I'm about to install my p/s rackzilla tonight so was gonna fab something like the holtz while I'm at it. Test my new mig out :))
 

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Thx guys,
so shit bends without em,
I'd reckon we'd all ride mostly the same... Flat out lol.
Yeah when your running hard, if you hit a rut or ditch it won't take much to bend the frame in or damage the A-arm pivot points. The gusset kit will help a lot.
 

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My gusset kit is $150 and in stock and you can order it right off my website in my signature.
 

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Sold, that's a fair price, the little voice tells me I'll need them,he's generally right.
Will I need longer bolts or is there enough on the oems ?


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Cheers.


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