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Guys got a quick question, just installed a set of forward and rear arched arms. The highlifter arms come with the bracket lift built into them, I previously had the Brute lift kit on with the preload adjusted to get the full 2-inch lift. Should I back off the preload to factory settings with the new lift, concerned with the CV angle?
 

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I don't have this system but I would take measurments then install your A Arms like you mentioned then if it's lower then you want put preload back into your shocks.
 

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Keeter,

Thank you for the feedback, an update went ahead put the preload back to factory settings. The angle looked pretty harsh at full drop.
 

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Hey Gibsonj668, what are you going to do with your old lift? I have an 18 will it fit mine? Might be interested in if you are looking to get rid of it.
 

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Keeter,

Thank you for the feedback, an update went ahead put the preload back to factory settings. The angle looked pretty harsh at full drop.
Gibson that's one of the reasons I got the SATV A- ARMS because you could adjust the camber on the front and rear arms. I heard of a guy cutting the uppers on his HL Arms and adding like 3/4 or 1 inch into the upper arms to make his rear wheels to be straight up and down.
 

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How did you end up on ground clearance at normal setting with the HL arms
 

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Keeter, I can clear a 5 gallon bucket now in the front. But I also mounted a set big horns off a rzr xp1000
 
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