Honda ATV 650 Lift Kit REMOVAL AND Installation


Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 14-01-2012

Place jack under center on the ATV front end and lift until front wheels clear the ground. Be careful to support ATV properly so that it is secure, but so that the A-arms and shocks can droop to full extension. 2. Remove front wheels and shocks. 3. Using a shock spring compressor, compress the spring on the shock and remove the spring retaining ring.
CAUTION: The spring is installed under tension. Failure to use a shock spring compressor could cause loss of control of the spring, which could unload rapidly causing bodily injury. If you do not have a shock spring compressor you should acquire one or take it to a dealer or professional mechanic for installation of the stiffeners. 4. Remove the spring. 5. Insert the smaller front spring stiffener onto the shock with the lip of the spring stop, on the shock, mating into the recessed portion of the spring stiffener. 6. Slide the spring back onto the shock and it should rest on the lip of the spring stiffener.
7. Reattach the spring retaining ring. 8. Repeat steps for the opposite side. Once springs are complete reattach the top of the shock to the top shock mount on the ATV and the spring stiffener will be closest to the A-arm. 9. Take two of the “L” brackets and connect them to the bottom of the shock, the part that connects to the A-arms. 10. There is a top and bottom to the “L” bracket. See the diagram

Honda 300 2×4 Lift Kit Installation Instructions


Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 11-12-2011

This product is designed for us e on ATVs on which additional ground clearance and fender clearance is desired. It is designed for utility type, slower-speed use on relatively flat terrain in deep mud or snow. Although we have many thousands of satisfied lift kit customers and over 400 franchised dealers selling and installing lift kits, purchasers should be aware that use of this product may increase the frequency of required maintenance, part wear, and will raise the center of gravity on your ATV increasing risk of roll-over on side hills, ditches or other steep terrain. We recommend that wider tires and/or wheel spacers be used to achieve a wider stance and to improve stability of the ATV. Riders should be advised that the handling characteristics of a taller ATV are different and require extra care when riding on side hills or off-camber situations. If you further raise the center of gravity by adding heavy loads to racks or seats, the ATV must be operated with care, at slower speeds or on relatively flat ground. Operation of an ATV with or without a lift kit, while or shortly after consuming alcohol or drugs, subjects the rider to the risk of serious bodily harm or possible death. This is compounded if the rider does not wear an approved helmet and other safety gear. High Lifter urges that all approved safety gear be worn when riding an ATV. If this is not what you expected, or is not consistent with your intended use, you should return the product immediately to the seller, before installation, for a refund of the purchase price; less any fees. After installation, product is warranted for 90 days for defects in workmanship and materials. Warranty is limited to refund of the purchase price or replacement of the kit, at the seller’s option.

1995 – 2004 Toyota Tacoma Body Lift Kit Installation and REMOVAL


Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 24-09-2011

RADIATOR FAN SHROUD: Only raise body high enough to remove and replace body mounts. Always watch the fan shroud for sufficient clearance when raising the body. 2. Remove the 12mm bolts and nuts from the upper steering coupler on the rack and pinion noting the position of the steering column. Note: do not let the steering column turn, keep the column and rack aligned to its original position, mark if necessary. See figure 2. 3. Loosen body mount bolts on the driver’s side of vehicle and remove bolts from opposite side for positions 1,2 and 3, see Figure 1. Place a 2×4 between the jack and body to pread out load. 4. Raise the body on the driver’s side just far enough to remove mounts. Temporarily prop up the cab between cab and the frame with a wooden 2×4 or spacer. (This is to avoid cab from falling while working on body mounts.) The bolts on the opposite side will help ensure that the body does not shift. Make sure cab doesn’t contact bed when lifting. 5. Remove factory mounts one at a time.
6. Install the new S10321 steel bracket, polyurethane body mounts, and steel sleeves in positions 1, 2 and 3. Refer to the diagrams for positions. NOTE: On 2001 and newer models you will need to invert the #2 position bushings so that the M02787 is on top. 7. Install the supplied aluminum steering coupler with the round bosses pointing down. Note: you may have to loosen the pinch bolt at the top of the steering coupler so that it will slide up enough to install the steering coupler. See figure 2. 8. Lower the driver’s side and START the new bolts into the new mounts. Reconnect the steering coupler with the supplied 5/16” bolts from the top and nuts. DO NOT TIGHTEN!
9. Now remove bolts from passenger side of vehicle and repeat steps 3 through 6. 10. Tighten the steering coupler bolts and nuts to 35ft lbs also tighten the upper steering bolt to 35ft lbs

Incoming search terms:



Filed Under (Toyota Manuals) by admin on 22-09-2011

Disconnect both battery cables. Be sure to disconnect the negative cable first, then the positive cable. Remove
the airbag fuse from the fuse box. 4. Remove the wire loom that runs from under the alternator to the battery from the mounting brackets. One bracket is on top of the frame. The other bracket is on the fender well. The plastic mounting-collar will slide off the bracket by pushing on the tab on the collar. 5. Remove the fuse that controls the air bag system from the fuse box (refer to the owners manual for the exact location). 6. Remove the ground wire that runs from the back of the engine to the top of the firewall. Remove the wire loom from the mounting bracket on the firewall. Remove the bracket from the firewall. Turn the bracket upside down. Insert the mounting bolt through the ground wire removed from the firewall, Then through the bracket. Tighten securely. Reinstall the bolt that mounted the ground wire to the firewall. Tighten the bolt securely. Do not attach the wire loom at this time

Kawasaki 650/360 Prairie Lift Kit Installation and removal Instructions


Filed Under (Kawasaki) by admin on 25-10-2010

1) Place jack under center of ATV front end and lift until front wheels clear the ground. Be careful to support ATV properly so that it is securely supported but so that A-arms and shocks can droop to full extension. 2) Remove front wheels. 3) Remove or loosen front plastic. 4) Remove C-clip and nut at the top of the strut. 5) Screw bracket “A” on top of strut to the same torque specifications as the nut. 6) Place the top adapter “A” through the top of the strut mount, and screw the original nut on the top of bracket “A” securing it to the strut mount. Tighten this nut to the required manufacturer specifications and replace the factory C-clip. 7) Repeat the procedure for the other side. 8) Install the wheels, torque wheel lug nuts to manufacturer’s specifications, lower and remove jack. Check for clearance problems or misalignment. Rear Lift 1) Place jack under ATV at the rear of the bottom skid plate and lift until the weight is off of the suspension. Be careful to secure the ATV properly so as not to fall off the jack. 2) Remove the bottom of the shock from the shock mount on the axle. 3) After removing the shock, jack the ATV up 1″-2″ further. 4) Place Bracket “B” between the shock and shock mount with the notched out ends facing downward. Insert stock bolt to secure bracket “B” to the shock mount and the shock. Fasten nut. 5) Insert the new 12x75mm Bolt to the top of bracket “B” and the shock eyelet and secure with a new 12mm nut. 6) Tighten all nuts and bolts to manufacturer’s torque specifications. 7) Install the wheels, torque wheel lug nuts to manufacturer’s specifications, lower and remove jack. Check for clearance problems or misalignment.