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All brands of the lift kits are junky little metal pieces that you bolt on your shock mounts. Whichever you can get the cheapest is the one I would go with weather it be Moose or Highlifter.

Althought the Perfex lift kit is in a different league. Not as much lift but, different angle for the shock mount which increases ride comfort.
 

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how good is the perfex kit? I just bought one but I'm kinda hesitant about installing it because i was told it will wear out my u joints and my cv boots very quickly.
 

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Sounds like a disclaimer so you can't charge them when you wear out the cv or U joint.

When I got mine I got no such warning with mine, but anytime you change the angle of the cv or the u joint you can cause pre mature wear. I put the back on and if it breaks my U joint before the 4 year warrenty is up I am taking it off putting stocker wheels on and saying my wife got it stuck and when I pulled it out it was broke
 

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Under normal riding conditions your cv's and u-joint should be fine. I just ordered the Perfex Kit for my Foreman and I'm not worried about premature wear because i am not a die hard mudder and don't abuse my machine, except when i load it with 500 lbs of moose meat!
 

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QUOTE ("00Foreman":28a62wbr)
how good is the perfex kit? I just bought one but I'm kinda hesitant about installing it because i was told it will wear out my u joints and my cv boots very quickly.
Ive had mine on for well over a year with 27" claws and have NO wear problems with the u joints or cv boots at all. Dont be scared, it wont hurt a thing and youll love the ride.
 
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