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Is there anything other than factory front control arms available?


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Is there anything other than factory front control arms available?


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That would be a No.
But you can always change to standard width arms ( more options/vendors), replace front A arms upper/lower, inner tie rods, axles and standard shocks.
 

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That would be a No.
But you can always change to standard width arms ( more options/vendors), replace front A arms upper/lower, inner tie rods, axles and standard shocks.
Thanks, might be an option if I keep breaking control arms!


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Get you a set of boxed a arms from super atv. They have a couple that would work. Looked at them for mine. I don’t have a arm issues but after I put the portals on I’m sure to upgrade them too.
 

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Get you a set of boxed a arms from super atv. They have a couple that would work. Looked at them for mine. I don’t have a arm issues but after I put the portals on I’m sure to upgrade them too.
The boxed A arms do not work on the HL, unless you change the rest of the parts that I listed on the front end.

With the addition of arms and portals, you will be upgrading the front suspension A arm tabs/subframe.
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I think I would try to either fix the old one or strengthen the new one. With some properly placed gussets welded into the spacing, I think you could make these a-arms pretty bulletproof. Otherwise like Greg said there would be a lot of additional parts needed. Also as Greg said X2 on the frame tabs reinforcement. I installed on mine even though there was no signs of cracking I could see where the paint was chipping of at the seems of the frame tabs for the a-arms. Definitely a weak point and was showing signs of flexing that would eventually lead to breaking.
 
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