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Old 12-14-2011, 03:48 PM
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2012 Brute Force W/rubberdown Customs Lift

Here are some pictures of a customers quad shown with Rubberdown Customs Lift Kit and Silverback tires vs Stock 2012 Brute.

Thank you very much for the kit, sorry for the delay in installing as our Demo's kept selling before we had a chance to install.

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Old 12-14-2011, 03:53 PM
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Looks great! Thanks for testing the fit for us on the 12's. Let me know if you need to put anything on the shelf out there eh!

We do have the rad kits already figured out for that year as well, bit of a bigger rad in these new machines!
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Old 12-14-2011, 03:55 PM
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I was very impressed with the kit! Let's talk, I think some of your products should be on the shelf here this spring!!
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How much ground clearance do they have stock ? what was the gain ? Looking into getting a lift for my brute and want to go with rubberdown lift.
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I gain almost 2" of lift out of mine, best built lift out there!! I have had mine for right around a year now and not one issue! The only issue is that I got a prototype and didn't get the RDC cut into my rear bracket!! LOL
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looks good .. rdc lift is the way to go ...
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I gain almost 2" of lift out of mine, best built lift out there!! I have had mine for right around a year now and not one issue! The only issue is that I got a prototype and didn't get the RDC cut into my rear bracket!! LOL
I guess i no what lift i need then ha ha
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looks good derek, ill be in this saturday and have a closer look.
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they should come like that, nice package!!!
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yup gots me mine already just need to put it in over the winter, there Rad Kits are very nice as well, plus did i mention that they offer great customer service?
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