Textron Wildcat XX Rear Limit Strap Kit
Finally a cure for the front end CLUNK in the Wildcat XX! As most people know, at full extension the shocks can make a loud clunk that feels like a hammer against the chassis. If you run aftermarket, heavier wheels and tires this clunk gets much worse. Although the shocks have extension stops internally they are tuned to the factory wheel and tire weight and can't manage any changes in the system so a front end clunk has become the new NORMAL in UTV's. Well, not any more. Our new limit strap kit stops the front end clunk instantly. Limit straps have been used in racing for decades. Trophy trucks and other big off road racing classes have considered them a must forever and so should you. Some of the benefits with our limit strap kits are:
PATENTED, billet aluminum, laser engraved, upper strap mounts
Adjustable, tight clearance clevis system allowing you to adjust the strap length perfectly
Quad layered straps for the best strength and longevity
PATENTED, tether system that locates the strap next to the shock at full compression
Accurate sized holes in the strap ends to match the metric hardware in your car
Stainless steel spacers that don't rust or flex like aluminum spacers can
Grade 8 hardware with pinch nuts
Mounting system with the least leverage on the strap
Less strap stretch and longer strap life
Added life for your CVs and Axles and STOPS ALL EXTENSION CLUNKING!
The best fix for your front end noise is here. Limit straps are standard issue for racers and now they should be for YOU too
Limit straps are a wearing item just like brake pads. They have a lifespan and will need to be replaced once they are worn out. Although they may last longer than your UTV, they are not guaranteed for life.
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Instructions would have been nice
The beautiful billet you bolt to the top of the shock body and how this whole limit strap setup is designed, it is the best in the business. Even with the spring kit on the rear, the kit still worked fine. Not so on the front... Adjustments put you at 1" of thread showing at the top of the shock where the bracket mounts... Brack is 2" wide... Need a workaround.