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I too am using the 2" High Lifter. As said, a fairly easy install, IF you have the correct tools. It does give about 1½" of actual lift, so with my 26" tires and the lift kit, I do have about 2" more clearance. One word of caution, it DOES increase the center of gravity and makes the machine more prone to tipping over.
 

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I installed the Super ATV lift
Compresses the the rear springs (firmer),raises the strut in the front stays stock marshmellow.
26.5 tires 6 ply firmer sidewalls 12" outer bead lock rims 53-ish wide
disconnected the sway bar and never looked back
suspension works much better ,better ride , leans but not stiff in turns, much more stable, stays planted
 

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yes it is firmer because the spring is compressed , but without the sway bar compressing the other spring ,suspension works independantly so the ride feels better not jarring
tires with thicker curved outward sidewalls absorbing all the small -midrange impacts like a shock absorber make a better ride
the firmer sidewalls do not tuck under like stock due to the outward curve and a few inches wider make for better handling
 
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