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best front long travel A arms?

I found Laegers, they seem nice. Do I want +2 or +3 wide, and +1 forward?

Any other suggestions?

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why ?

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why ?
I was thinking I wanted to have widened front end with long travel shocks.
Maybe I don't, just curious

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biggest problem that many riders like to improve is to a better Sway Bar . with good reason , the rear wheel lies to lift on a fast tight turn .

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my self I fined lowering the rear does a world of good

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biggest problem that many riders like to improve is to a better Sway Bar . with good reason , the rear wheel lies to lift on a fast tight turn .
I have an upgraded sway bar, made by Bang ( member here ) I haven't installed it yet, but I have it.

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Once you install the sway bar, can you post some photos? Especially where the bushings contact the frame.

As far as the a-arms, what type of ridding do you do? A long travel kit is expensive. But I've thought about it, to match the rear width with the 10" wheels.

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Once you install the sway bar, can you post some photos? Especially where the bushings contact the frame.

As far as the a-arms, what type of ridding do you do? A long travel kit is expensive. But I've thought about it, to match the rear width with the 10" wheels.

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yes ill post photos, im moving next week, then Ill get into the quad. I have a couple hundred acres of timber that I can ride in, it has 60" trails cut for SxS rzers. and couple times a year I hit the dunes at Little Saharah Utah.

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I do wish I could get back to Little Sahara Sand Dunes Utah. but its 1800 miles away .


lowering the rear end worked really well on that sand . lower center of gravity

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