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For a while now the springs on my quad keep getting softer and softer even though the springs are set at the strongest setting. After searching the net I came across highlifters high capacity springs. I do a lot of towing and carry a desent amount of wait on my racks. All i want to know is if they really are worth the $160, and if anyone knows about them?

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IF you are carrying a lot of weight I would buy the stouter springs. Any company that makes/sells snowplows should have springs available. It pays to shop around! What does RockyMountainATV say? I would go there first. I always talk to Debbie.:yes:

New springs are really your only solution: expect it to ride stiffer when empty but it should not be a major problem.... Let us know how it goes!:partyc:

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my thot was cycle country since they do plows and implements, but no luck there. still searching....

one of the big plow mfrs markets a whole bunch of springs I just haven't found them yet. an ATV magazine might help...

google search turned up only Baldwin Motorsports for RCS springs - maybe.

There just isn't much out there for AC. Did the dealer say anything helpful?

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yea your right i just hope when they come that my brother isnt right about them looking ugly... Because i will be hearing that for a while....... I will be ordering them tomorrow, so when they come i will post picks... does anyone know if i will have a hard time with the clutch kit?? and if i should get a dalton clutch kit or an outlaw super duty clutch kit??

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