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I have a 06 foreman with 27" mudwisers on it, The other day i was going up a hill with a trailer on that had a little weight on it maby 350 to 400 lb just about to the top of the hill and i broke the u-jount has anyone had this problem ?
 

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I am curious, do you also have a lift?
 

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yes quite a few of us have broke them I have a stock bike with 27" muddlites and broke mine. Last weekend I was pulling my trailer back to camp and bent the 1st gear shift fork the shop said almost $2000.00 to fix. the extended warranty will not cover but it covered my u-joint
 

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My 2nd gear shift fork is bent!! Oh yeah I broke a u joint within 3 days of having my lift....needless to say it came right back off
 

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QUOTE ("buck06":30hw10g8)
sounds like when you put a lift in it happens to a lot of you guys
IF YOU WOIRED BOUT BRAKEN THE U-JOINT THEN GET THE TURNER U-JOINT
 

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Did your shift fork bend on an es or s?
 

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I broke two rear u- joint's on my Foreman. Both times with lift. So, I went and bought a Grizz 700 with EPS and it is awesome. I can put 29.5's without a lift and blaze any Honda any day of the week. And the IRS is the shiznit. I will admit you can't submerse them like a Honda but it's way better than the Rincon. I have a few friends that ride Foremans still and they are starting to have lots of problems from treating their bikes like jet-ski's.
 
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