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2009/06/08 15:17:00 (permalink)

High Lifter Pro-Series 7" Lift Kit - Kawasaki 750 Brute Force

I'm looking at the lift kit that High Lifter makes for the 2007 BF 750. Its the 7 inch and comes with G axles. Before I get it I would like to know the Goods and Bads about it? How much ground clearance? Is it easy to turn like the catvos?

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    Re:High Lifter Pro-Series 7" Lift Kit - Kawasaki 750 Brute Force 2009/06/08 18:04:02 (permalink)
    Anyone???

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    Re:High Lifter Pro-Series 7" Lift Kit - Kawasaki 750 Brute Force 2009/06/08 18:38:05 (permalink)
    I have one on my Brute, have had it on the bike since new!  Good:  Decent axle angles, strong, not a bad ride with Springs, bout 6-8" wider than stock.
    Bad:  if you travel over 15 mph for 1+mile or so you WILL melt a rear boot or both, Tie rods that come with the lift are crap....before you put the lift on take the rods and get some made of chromalloy or something else you WILL bend one if you put it in reverse 4wd and have a slight bind.  Tie rod ends suck they are just cheap off the shelf at tractor supply, change those out with end of your choice that fit...Chevrolet stock ends for me.  I had to cut my front a-arms and reweld them for the tow-in problem.  the rear of your bike will be 2" skinnier that the front so spacers or different offset wheelswill have to be used so you dont look funny!  Bottom line good lift.  I have seriously beat the **** out of mine, jumping, wheelies, reverse wheelies, 32's, 31's, 29.5's, 27's, 120 miles in the mountains in 3 days, not a broke axle yet nock on wood, ha ha i will break one on the next ride now ha ha ha.  Pm me with the price they gave you and i might could make you a better deal on mine, Due to riding the RZR all the time now, and i want the 10" catvos for the AHHH factor! 

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    Re:High Lifter Pro-Series 7" Lift Kit - Kawasaki 750 Brute Force 2009/06/08 18:44:17 (permalink)

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    Re:High Lifter Pro-Series 7" Lift Kit - Kawasaki 750 Brute Force 2009/06/08 18:45:59 (permalink)
    Texasmudjunkies @ myspace for more pics of bike with lift

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    Re:High Lifter Pro-Series 7" Lift Kit - Kawasaki 750 Brute Force 2009/06/08 22:04:16 (permalink)
    That sucks about the boots. A lot of time I go pass 1 mile without stopping and over 15mph.
     
    I think I'm just gonna go with the catvos 8" lift.
    Does anyone know if the boots will melt on a catvos?
    Is it easy to turn like the 4" catvos lift?
    Whats the goods and bads on Catvos 8" lift?
    Also whats the ground clearance?
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    Re:High Lifter Pro-Series 7" Lift Kit - Kawasaki 750 Brute Force 2009/06/09 14:17:42 (permalink)
    I think you will still melt boots with the 8" if you trail at higher speeds, it is a great lift but if your still going to trail then I would stick with the 4" CATVOS, as far as steering, the 8" is going to be a wider turning lift for sure than the 4".....this has been my experience at least, but all CATVOS lifts are awesome lifts as long as the user understands a lifts capabilities

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    Re:High Lifter Pro-Series 7" Lift Kit - Kawasaki 750 Brute Force 2009/06/09 16:53:50 (permalink)
    I had the High Lifter 7" lift on my old brute and never had any problems. I never melted a  boot the entire time I had it. I twas a great lift . I did not like having to drill out the front knuckles and the steering stem to fit the tie rods.

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