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any of you heard it? I want to boost up the back of my ZRT and this is the only thing that I heard off. Arctic Cat TSL Upgrade Kit for 109$. Any info that you all have on that would be just great. Thanks.. Matt
 

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How far do you want to go up? If you only want to go up about 2 inches there is a hole under your running boards you can use. You will have to tighten your track a little bit. I think moine was 1 turn. If you want to go lower yet you wil need some 1/4 to 3/8 steel with a hole drilled to drop down further. Use the two original holes for mounting. I have seen this done but never tried it. Just make sure that the distancec between your front and back suspension bolts stays the same.
 

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http://www.snowconnection.com/../../NewProducts/Longlegs/longlegs_ad.html
 

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ya that kid looks good and all,,,but what about the 97 models ,,,i've got a 97 tcat, and i'd LOVE to be able to do something with the suspension,cause she's bottoming out too much and would like to raise it up a little
 

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on mine? the 96? yes. hey smokey, I am going home this weekend and looking for that hole, is it hard to do??
 

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ETT - Extended Travel Tunnel
The tunnel isn't straight it angles up about halfway back to allow for more suspension travel without sacrificing center of gravity.
Note: Just moving your suspension to the lower holes on the brackets will not give you more travel, it just relocates where the skid is mounted.
 
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