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I have a 2007 brute force 750 with 28" Gorilla Silverbacks. If i were two put a 2" lift on it with 2" spacers on each wheel would this be harder on the axles. The previous owner already went through a back axle and i'm just wondering if this would be a bad idea? or do you think it would be fine?
 

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That is going to be harder on pretty much every suspension component as well as the axles due to the increased CV angles.
 

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I have an 09 750 with a 2" lift, 30 silverbacks, been riding thru heavy mud holes quite a few times and haven't broken anything yet. (had the bike little over a year now) I watch how I use my thumb tho. Can't tell you it won't break but so far so good.
 

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And dont use your locker
 

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running a close to what you are describing ,with no problems in 6yrs
 

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Throttle control is key, I just replaced rear axles from the stock 2006 axles and I have a custom 3'' lift and springs, with 30'' silverbacks with motor and clutch work. I am not easy on my bike. The spacers though you will be eating wheel bearings.
 
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