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|05-31-2018 09:03 AM|
|toms99tj||Thanks. I dont have enough good pictures of the build to really do a thread. There is one build thread on it here already thats what i went off. Its actually an easy build. I was worried about splicing the drive shaft but the rincon shaft fits the 450 output shaft. If you wanna move the rear end back then you have to extend the shaft of course. Feel free to ask questions.|
|05-31-2018 08:38 AM|
Originally Posted by toms99tj View Post
Dang you did a great job. Your back end looks really nice! When are you going to do a build thread?
|05-31-2018 07:37 AM|
|toms99tj||Here are a couple. Not the greatest pictures.|
|05-31-2018 02:04 AM|
|07rubiconrider||hey toms99tj you got any photos of that irs conversion?|
|05-29-2018 01:36 PM|
|toms99tj||I just did an irs conversion on my 450 amd got bronco shocks for and they are awesome. I thought they were a little soft then adjusted them about a half inch and they worked awesome.|
|05-29-2018 10:01 AM|
|bmiller||Good shocks for the Foreman are really expensive. I am headed down the same path as you but I am going to convert myn to a mono shock. Which I believe your atv has.|
|05-27-2018 03:03 PM|
I just replaced my rear shock on my 2012 foreman because it was so bouncy it would beat the **** out of you , I put a bronco gas shock on and it didn’t really help any still Bouncy as **** , if you give it gas the **** rear end raises up, I’ve messed with the preload to see if it would help but little to no difference?