my buddy on the forum just bought a fabtech long travel, got it home and realized its all mig welded and not tig welded like they told him it was, and that the wingnuts use their truck shock shafts that weigh a ton when his whole goal was to save weight and have some strengh he actually added a bunch of weight more so than other kits, then to boot hes telling me that the valving is all wrong and it bucks the rear a bunch, I personally havn't heard too many good things about fabtechs R and R from a few friends in the suspension business, but its a gamble, and gambles cost time and money and then some.......
Fabtech only makes a +6 kit. I have been running their kit for 3 years with no issues. The valving on the shocks do need some tweaking. Fabtech had a quick turn around when i had my shocks revalved earlier in the season.
so you buy their kit for $4000 bucks and then how much more do they charge to revalve their shocks that are suppose to be valved when you originally purchase the kit?? I think my buddy is planning on having them correctly valved for a rhino and not a HD2500 diesel truck....lol
got it from utv crap 3 years ago 2750 out the door,came with rancho adjustable shocks only change i made was to get 400# springs for the rear,but the kit has been discontinued,not to worried about any problems as long as super atv keeps makeing + 4 axels
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