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post #1 of 5 Old 05-16-2010, 06:04 AM Thread Starter
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spring spacers???

anyone have info. on spring spacers?? how to install..positives,negatives,,seen something about homemade spacers,,any ideas??
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I make them for all Utility atv's, they work great on BF's!

Kawasaki Brute Force Shock Spring Spacers Custom Lift: eBay Motors (item 300426724783 end time May-18-10 09:55:38 PDT)

I include instructions on how to install them. They go on the same way a set of HL springs do and cost a lot less!

Here's a link to the install instructions, these are on a KQ, but they are the same for the Brute.

http://www.nyrocatv.com/forum.cgi?viewtopic=26345

If you want a set, you can buy them on ebay or PM here and you can pay me directly for a set. Thanks.

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Have you sold any of these, i thought the shock doesnt extend long enough for these or will the shocks be stroked out to the max and be stiff.?

Anyone have any feedback on these, besides go buy highlifter.
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A buddy of mine put some on his Can-Am and thought the ride was rougher than stock.

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I've sold to dozens of Brute owners and hundreds of all utility owners and I would say that most of them are very happy with the way the spacers work on their bikes. They work really well on Brutes, by reducing the sag in the suspension. You will get a little tighter ride, but I find that most actually prefer the ride quality as you get rid of some of the body roll and brake dive present.

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