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I have a 1996 Polaris Ultra SP 680, and I want to raise the front end up a few inches. The top of the front bumper is only 15 inches from the ground, and the other sleds that I have measured are 17 to 20 inches off the ground. I have the front springs preloaded as much as I can, and I loosened the front limiter strap to take some weight off of the skis. The shocks were rebuilt 100 miles ago, so they are okay. If I can't raise it any more with the shocks and springs that I have, can I put longer shocks and springs on it to raise it up a few inches? Thanks for your help.
 

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When you lift up on the sleds bumber do you still have travel. If you do you might need new springs. Those sleds only have about Eight inchs of travel. To convert to the longer 10 inch travel would require a whole front suspension from a doner sled. Not just the shocks and springs.
 
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