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Good morning guys!
I am new to this forum and recently purchased my first ranger. 2015 570 crew 4 seater!! Does anyone know someone in Houston or around Houston that produces and installs a lift with the arched a-arms etc.. ? Thank you!
 

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Nope. Gonna have to oder a arms from outcast or backwoods armour, and then order a satv 2" lift and install yourself. It's all very easy to do
 

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I haven't found anything local (manf), try noizyboyzcustomz in magnolia for lift kit parts/install. Backwoods just had a sale on mid size a arms maybe call them and see if you can get that sale price.
 

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Backwoods Armor builds forward arched A-arms with built lift for the full size, call them and ask if they make them for the midsize too.
 

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You can't ha e 2" made into the front t arms, there's not a top a arm. Only rear can have that. Then you gotta buy a 2" lift for midsize and only use the front lift. Waste of money
 

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Alloutdoors, do you have forward a-arms in this picture?


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What's the width of the 2015 midsize
 

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Alloutdoors, do you have forward a-arms in this picture?


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Here is a picture of the lift piece (basically a 2.5" pipe cut 2.5") placed between spring and stopper where the spring would have rested prior to installing it.

front lift kit on 570 crew.jpg
 

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What's the width of the 2015 midsize
When I measure across the top of the bed, just over the rear tires the outside measurement is 51". The rear tires are positioned wider than the box and outside width of tires is 57".
 

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I just cant believe they are charging close to 200 bucks for a $2 piece of pipe. Where does the engineering stem from there ?
Welcome to the world of sxs accessories. You should see what we are willing to pay for a piece of plastic!!! Lol


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Dont pay for the lift it theres a greart thread on here explaining the different lift styles and how to.do it your self properly I think the thread was titled midsize lift info again... If you havent alreadly checked it out its a good place to start
 
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