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Wondering if anyone can help me out with advice on a lift kit please, I have a high lifter 2" lift kit now on my 2012 brute force with 2" wheel spacers and just put on ITP wheels and 30" silverbacks and they are rubbing on my inner wheel wells. I am looking for a 4" lift kit that will work different brands would be great so i can compare the quality and price ( cheaper aint always better ). I ride in alot of deep water and really thick deep mud/muskeg. I live in alaska so its pretty bad. Any and all info would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much.
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Wondering if anyone can help me out with advice on a lift kit please, I have a high lifter 2" lift kit now on my 2012 brute force with 2" wheel spacers and just put on ITP wheels and 30" silverbacks and they are rubbing on my inner wheel wells. I am looking for a 4" lift kit that will work different brands would be great so i can compare the quality and price ( cheaper aint always better ). I ride in alot of deep water and really thick deep mud/muskeg. I live in alaska so its pretty bad. Any and all info would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much.
The wheel spacers are prob the prob. I have a 2012 with 29.5's. I don't have a rubbing/clearance issue. I have 1" spacers in rear and none in the front.....

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if you really want a 4" or even bigger lift from what I hear catvos would be the way to go, aint cheap tho and most likely need aftermarket axles to go with it due to the angle on the cv
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Yeah cant put the spacers on the front


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all help appreciated

Ok thanks for the help y'all I will try taking off the front spacers and see if that makes a difference.
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