While we where in East Tx. i had some time to make Jennifers
lift for her Foreman. I just so happened to bring a lot of my
tools just in case we lost the house durin' the storm. I also
brought the steel with me. I measured, cut, & drilled them
out Friday evening &just got through puttin' it on. I think i did
a pretty good job since that was my first one. I made them in
about an hour & a half. The steel that i used was much
better than the stuff Highlifter uses.
Made a homemade lift like the one on the website posted here, wiith on change, i used 2.0 inches center to center instead of the 1.5 inches. It gave me about 3.5 inches of lift. However when it is on the jack the cv joints are stressed and rubbing, does this mean it is too much. I don't want to blow it out if i get a wheel off the ground. With it on the ground and the weight on it it does fine, no rubbing and is smooth riding. Let me know what you think.
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