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GP Bushings in and greased in the 4 front SATV a-arms. These really look like some quality units. Installation begins tomorrow.


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Dash Can we get a full review on these, I'm sure you are planning on it. I'm torn between this set up and the 5" thats on it's way.

My next question, do we get any better pricing from GP throough the forum or is it going to cost me 300.

I was only able to get the rears on without any test rides yet. I had to put a fence up at the mother-in-laws. Hopefully by the end of the weekend. Tire Automotive tire Vehicle Motor vehicle Car
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Thanks for sharing. Do you have before and after pics from the side to show the offset? Good to see the comparison in that one pic with one side done and one still stock.

The best I can do is post the offset comparison between the super ATV rear upper versus the Green Vehicle Auto part
rear lower stock a-arm.


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Can't wait to try these bad boys out...
Looks great man. I am doing my fronts this weekend. Did you go with the recommended 11mm of threads showing on the lowers? If not, what did you go with?

Thanks for your input.
 

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On the front I did and it turned out fine but the rear I did like 16mm.
Thanks for the reply. I had to go with more on the rear as well.
 

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Well how are the superatv high clearance arms holding up. Haven't heard much about them in awhile. Are the guys running them having any issues or is in no news is good news.
I have been really happy with mine. Just got back from moab. I really like the added clearance and wheelbase while keeping the stock suspension geometry. I only run 28" roctanes but i would think the 30" tire guys would be happy with the offset to keep the tires off their frames.
 

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Got a front set on my 2014 work good but don't leave in sun.mine was at dealer for 2 weeks getting 4x4 acuater replaced sitting outside I always keep it garaged I now have sea foam green aarms buddy's rzr 1000 orange is almost white satv needs to step up the powder coating. I did call them about it replied quickly said they'd replace or repowdercoat or pay me to powder coat locally but after thinking about it and the trouble to press everything in and out and be down for couple weeks sea foam green is looking better. Gonna get some 20inch wheels if they ever get anymore maybe they can knock it off those.
Funny that you posted this. I was looking at my A-Arms this morning and they looked less bright and kind of hazy. Thought it was just me. Looking again they are headed for sea foam coloring too. Mine never is in the sun unless I am riding. Bummer.
 

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The stance looks a little wider than stock, or is it just an optical illusion?
It looks wider only because I have spacers and wider wheels.
 

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I think I went with their recommended setting in the front. I went like 3-4 mm more in the rear lowers I think. Trying to remember.
 

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To the guys running these. Are there any negative effects on the handling or the turning radius? I'm considering getting these at some point. Thanks.
With these arms you are extending the wheelbase so you are also extending the turning radius. If you install their steering stops, that will increase the turning radius some more. Sorry, I don't have any numbers to compare. It hasn't made a big enough difference to me to make me think twice. Mine has never turn sharply anyway without steering with the back tires.
 
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