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Jass

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About Jass

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  • Location Centerville, IA, USA
  1. Yes, the stuff that one can put on these units is quite pricey and if you don’t know the out come it can bite you in the butt. For the tires on this rig we have some rubbing when turning which is more annoying then then damaging,I just have to keep an eye on it.
  2. This rig was fairly new when I got it and the guy that got it new put the lift and shocks on and bigger wheels and tires , it’s nice with a lift for rutted roads and timber but the CV boots get ridiculous replacing , lowering it down was good, it even changed how it rides.
  3. Here are the lift bars I took out to lower the mule back down, it seems just reposition the shocks and it does a lot.
  4. I’ll get them posted we I get a chance.
  5. Took out the lift bars and put the shock back in the stock position and the cv shafts are better positioned too, much better than before.
  6. So true and I’m stuck with putting it back right, well it a lesson learned.
  7. Thanks for the in out an help I’ll get this corrected and see how things go.
  8. So it seems that I should get stock shocks back on this and get rid of this high dollar shocks that come with it and it may save me alit of headaches.
  9. Ok then , these shock that’s on it , would it help to adjust the collar to lower it or go back to stock shocks??
  10. Here’s so pics of my mule and the shocks.
  11. So can theses shocks be adjusted to to lower this rig? This is my first UTV so I’m learning?
  12. Yes, and it has Elka suspension shocks on it and I’m thinking the CV shafts are at to much angle.
  13. I have a 2016 Kawasaki mule pro FX ,I seem to be replacing cv boots on the inner rear and have tried several different kinds, this unit doesn’t get used hard and has a lift on it

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