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Whether you're after a bracket lift for your Kawasaki Teryx KRX, or a portal lift for your Kawasaki Teryx LE, you'll get the ground clearance and ride height you desire with a Kawasaki Teryx lift kit from Everything Kawasaki Offroad! Some riders choose arched or forward a-arms to make room for larger tires, while others go with 2", 4", and even 6" Kawasaki Teryx lift kits. The 6" Kawasaki Teryx lift kit by SuperATV is an option that many riders choose. You can use the bracket lift, or leave it off and get longer shocks for a mid-travel suspension lift kit. This widens your track by six inches, gives you more travel, and provides many of the benefits of aftermarket travel upgrades without the excess costs. But if all you want to do is clear 30" tires, a 2" bracket lift kit will work just fine. Even if your rig is loaded down with gear, people, and cargo, a 2" bracket lift will ensure that your aftermarket 30" tires won't rub or scrape against the plastics, wheel wells, or suspension components of your vehicle. And for those looking to clean up their ride quality as well as get a couple more inches of clearance, a shock package from companies like Bandit, 814, or Hester can provide both ground clearance and a plusher ride on rough terrain. Whatever kind of Kawasaki Teryx lift kit you're looking for, it can be found at Everything Kawasaki Offroad.

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Whether you trail ride, play in the mud, or do a bit of everything in your Kawasaki Teryx, there are many advantages to be had from lifting your side-by-side. With bracket lifts, however, the bigger you go, the more parts you'll need to install in order to function properly. Go any higher than two inches and you'll probably want to install aftermarket a-arms and axles that are specialized for the taller geometry. Some styles of lift kits for the Kawasaki Teryx bring the track of the machine inward, so wheel spacers or offset rims might be necessary to widen the wheelbase back up. And after you install your lift kit (making sure that you do it correctly so that the boots don't drag) you'll probably also want to soften the preload in your springs to compensate for stiffening caused by the lift. From bracket lifts and portals to suspension-style lift packages, Everything Kawasaki Offroad has everything you need to properly lift your Kawasaki Teryx!

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