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Hello, new to the forum. I just picked up a 22 sp crew premium. I threw on some 27" sunf ao33 tires and they rub quite a bit when bound up. Where we ride it's a mix of gravel, rock, and deeply rutted trails so bigger tires are a must. I was wondering if anyone is making a forward control arm for these machines yet.
 

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Hello, new to the forum. I just picked up a 22 sp crew premium. I threw on some 27" sunf ao33 tires and they rub quite a bit when bound up. Where we ride it's a mix of gravel, rock, and deeply rutted trails so bigger tires are a must. I was wondering if anyone is making a forward control arm for these machines yet.
Working on it! 馃 ;) No exact eta yet, but the prototypes are done. Just waiting their turn in the production line.
 

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So how are your CV angles? Mine already look pretty steep with just the springs turned up. That's why I haven't gone with a lift.
100% stock. In the front it mounts between the spring and the strut. And in the back it鈥檚 a bracket that lifts the lower coil over hole up. There should be an install video on his website on a new 22. The reason I went this route is because it kept everything else basically factory.
 

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100% stock. In the front it mounts between the spring and the strut. And in the back it鈥檚 a bracket that lifts the lower coil over hole up. There should be an install video on his website on a new 22. The reason I went this route is because it kept everything else basically factory.
Thanks I'll check it out
 

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So, I bought the Marshall Motoart 2.5" lift. It certainly does raise your CV angles but not real bad. With 27s I'm up to 15 3/4" ground clearance at the skid plate. It looks like I'll be safe, but I haven't rode the trails with 4 people yet, so the jury is still out on tire clearance. I'll still more than likely go with forward control arms when they become available.
 
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