Photos from Jason Bell's post


6-8" lift for 2007-2013 Rancher 420 built with 1.25" OD heavy wall tubing uses all chromoly heim joints. The lift clears 36s with a 30 degree axle angle. I'm running it about 34 degrees in these pics. It will not come with shocks or shock brackets as I am using fox shocks and do not want to sell them. Includes the following.

4- a arms

2- tie rods

1- 10" stretch swingarm built for custom 500 rear end with big paddle

2 Cobra HD axles with 2 rides on them.

1- 10" stretch rear driveshaft

Will also include the extended brakes lines needed as long as you don't piss me off with a low ball offer.

Asking $1500 as is bare metal for lift.

The lift uses 2012-13 foreman 500 knuckles I have a set I can include for additional $100

If you are interested in buying the paddled 500 rear end with spacers I am asking $500 for it hub to hub complete. I will not sell this separately do not ask.

I can ship at your expense.

Update* Trades are welcome must be of equal or greater value

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  • Sloan Gibson

  • James Tapp

  • Jarrett Daggs

  • Jarred Jiminez

  • Got 2k I can borrow?

  • Lol how long u need it for

  • Lolol

  • Wesley Phelps

  • Pics of paddled foreman rear end and spacers

  • Lift is ready to be pulled off of bike.

  • Chris Dunn

  • sooooo... 8" irs coming next?

  • Not on this bike.

  • so what you doing on this one??

  • Have to wait and see.

  • well then.

  • It won't be a 420 any more.

  • you already have it there?

  • Have what?

  • what your building next. thought you may have mentioned something about it on jamies on 300 club

  • I was referring to this bike won't be a 420 anymore.

  • oh. thought you meant a completely different bike. my bad

  • Well I do have a completely different bike as well but we aren't talking about that.

  • you finally doing the big motor?

  • In this bike. Yes.

  • gotcha.

  • Trever Gage Abel

  • $1000 for all

  • Are you referring to the rear end/paddle as well?

  • How you like that lift jack table? whatever it's called I'm thinking about getting one for my shop Jason Bell

  • Love it. Great investment