Lift Kits

Say goodbye to scraping undercarriage and the inability to go over some terrains! Now, you can easily dominate the rocks, logs, and other off-road obstacles, thanks to our lift kits. These kits grant you increased ground clearance, letting you confidently tackle challenging terrain. Our lift kits are meticulously crafted for a perfect fit and come in various configurations to suit your riding style. Whether you prefer a mild lift for enhanced capability or a monster lift for conquering extreme trails, we have the ideal solution. Don't let your stock ride height hold you back - elevate your Polaris Xpedition with our lift kit today and take on more adventures.

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Factors To Consider When Shopping For Polaris Xpedition Lift Kits

Here are some key factors to consider when making your choice:

Lift Height

This is the most crucial factor. Do you crave a mild lift for improved capability on moderate trails, or do you dream of tackling extreme terrains with a monster lift? Consider your typical riding style and the obstacles you encounter. Remember, a higher lift provides more clearance but can also affect the handling and stability of your Polaris Xpedition.

Tire Size

Lift kits often work best with larger tires. Think about the biggest tires you realistically want to run and choose a lift kit that accommodates them comfortably. Bigger tires offer better grip and off-road capability but also impact performance and may require additional modifications.

Wheel and Tire Compatibility

Lifting your Xpedition often necessitates installing larger wheels and tires. Ensure your chosen lift kit is compatible with your desired wheel and tire size. Pay attention to any additional modifications needed, such as aftermarket fender flares, to accommodate the bigger tires. Regarding compatibility, consider any existing or planned changes to your Xpedition. Certain lift kits might not be compatible with specific aftermarket parts, so ensure everything works together seamlessly.

Installation & Material and Quality

Evaluate your mechanical skills. While some lift kits are designed for DIY installation, complex ones might require professional help - factor in installation costs when deciding. Lift kits are typically constructed from high-strength steel, aluminum, or nylon. Steel offers superior durability but adds weight, while aluminum provides a lighter option with good strength. Nylon is generally less expensive but might not be suitable for extreme use. Choose a reputable brand known for quality construction and materials.

Riding Style & Budget

Are you a casual adventurer or a hardcore off-road enthusiast? This will influence the lift height and features you need. For occasional trail exploration, a mild lift might suffice. For optimal performance, serious off-roaders require a higher lift with additional components like control arms and sway bars. Lift kits come in various prices depending on the lift height, material, and extra features. Determine your budget beforehand to narrow down your options. Remember, quality lift kits are an investment that enhances your safety and off-road capability.