Re: wider arms and axles rancher 420??
Man I appreciate you being a welder. Let's say you want a 6" lift. We go buy the +6 axles from gorilla, turner, or cobra. Build a jig where you can put the axles in your diff and in a wheel. Jack your bike up till you get around 36-38 degrees on the cv shaft. Check your measurements and make sure all is good. Then build your lift. We get ball joint plates cut so you don't have to chop up your factory ones. Also run hiem joints at the frame connection points. Make sure to build new tierods and pay attention to how you make them cause it's the difference between a good steering and bad steering bike. Use black iron pipe from Lowe's. P.S. never never stretch your CV axles!!! Many have tried and they have failed. Also all our lifts fit in the back of a truck and I have never had any rollover issues. Plus if you build it to wide you can't turn hardly.
Now if you just bolt up 28's your fine and to be a lot easier and cheaper buy some 2" spacers if you want to be wider.
00_NUTT 1997 Honda 300 4x4
Head Ported and Polished
Big Red Cam
SuperTrapp IDS2 Exhaust
32" Interco Interforce II's
16" MSA M30 Trottles
54% gear reduction
Honda 350 rear axle assm.
6" BPC CUSTOM LIFT WITH 8" STRETCH AND 3" BODY LIFT OLD 300 LOOKING GOOD AS EVER THANKS TO WHITNEY!!!!!
1998 Honda 300 2x4
6" BPC LIft with some sick a-arms
420 spindles and disk brakes
14" MSA M26 Vibes
4x4 Frame and Motor that's here now just got to get to work on the swap over!!!
54% Gear Reduction