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That looks great if he doesnt have gorilla's he will soon
 

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Does the rear driveshaft use the Honda universal joint or was a driveshaft made using a CV joint..?..

The first pic in the middle row ..What is that where the brake drum should be , something looks like its hanging low to the ground ..?
 

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Does the rear driveshaft use the Honda universal joint or was a driveshaft made using a CV joint..?..

The first pic in the middle row ..What is that where the brake drum should be , something looks like its hanging low to the ground ..?

looks like the swingarm is still stock up top, so I assume he is still using the factory u-joint. The contrapsion on the back is a custom made axle paddle, it helps out when the rearend is high centered. Sort of craws accross the center of the ruts.
 

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Lift looks good man, looking forward to seeing how the first ride goes.
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Is there neway u can send me the specs on the front end lift. Like the size of the A-arms, Or where u bought them if u did. Or how much can I get a pair for? I would greatly appreciate it.
 

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Thats very nice, great quality, especially the front a-arms. Wanna build me a kit???
 

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I can't believe those CV joints are going to last very long.How does it ride and handle?
 

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sorry guys have been busy working on the new buisness, trying to go out on my own and sell tools for Mac Tools. lot of crap to get ready and and toons of paper work. well i will ask the guy that built the lift to chime in on the the forum to answer alot of your questions.
 

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Well, the axles are gorilla, an the rear drive is a modified stock u-joint and the swingarm modified the handle the angle. Bike is still in testing checking a few things that I really didn't like bike was built in about it. I don't sell a kit for these bikes but you can contact these guy's in this post, I work with them on lifts an they can get the axles from two companies and drive line.

This one is built by Robert over a XFab you can call him if you have Q's about him building you a lift. 469-757-0859 or [email protected]

<a href="http://mudmafia.dyndns.org/forum/viewto" target="_blank">http://mudmafia.dyndns.org/forum/viewto ... ?p=240#240</a>
 
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