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I was lubing my suspesion today and I noticed I have a crack on my subframe two inches long just above the driverside torsion bar. Is that something common on the this type of lift. I need to do something about it pronto since its my daily driver. Should I weld it, or buy another lift kit? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!:think:
 

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Take a picture and send it to Rancho ASAP.
 

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time to upgrade to a better, much more gooder lift..Fabtech :anitoof:
"GOODER" :rocking: I love it... made up words are the best.
 

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Yeah, I think I'm going to park it and ride the dual sport until I can figure out what I'm going to do.:flame:
 

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Dont want to hijack the thread, but what kind of dual sport you ride?
 

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Nice I ride a KLX400s, same bike Kawi Plastic
 

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If I get another lift I think I would get a cst or cognito.:D
 

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do like matt said. put a drill bit and stop the crack from spreading. IMO get the money for the kit and pocket it. Them weld the crack, grind it down repaint and go buy something else.
 

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Definitely not common. On my last truck, I had no problems with mine.

Call up Rancho and keep bitching at them until they get it right.
 
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