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The guys at Stateline customs in Shreveport Louisiana have made the ultimate "Adjustable" lift kit for the Pioneer. Much like the ranger and RZR you can have two or three inches of lift by moving the shocks from one eye to the other. I have tested the lift and it works great.
statelinecustoms.com
318-603-0545
 

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This was the first one and I picked it up today. Call them on Monday and ask for Seth.
 

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I'm curious.... if you lower these to the lowest setting does it return to stock height or do they go lower. The reason I'm asking is I'm wondering if this will help when running a Pioneer into a 7ft garage or an enclosed trailer. Would be nice to turn it up when you're out and running and be able to turn it down to fit into a trailer.
 

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I adjusted the lift to see if it would fit in a 7ft garage and the answer is no if you have the roof on, and yes if you take the roof off.
 

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So 2-3 inches is it just the eyes relocated at the top of the shock mount? Id like to raise mine 2 inches for rear clearance
 

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It's lifted in the front and the rear.
Lacks about three 3 1/2 inches to get in the garage with the roof on.
 

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Thanks, shafts dont look that extreme. what size tires and rims do u have if you dont mind. Mine arrives in April and im patiantly waiting
 

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Scratch that, they called later and said Seth got them priced and are now on there website, I used the search function by typing in "pioneer" as I could not find it otherwise. Ordered mine . 225.00 plus shipping
I don't even have my pioneer yet, :confused:
 
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