A few riders we’ve spoken to have complained of breaking front axles after installing lift kits — the Highlifter kit in particular. They are under the impression that the only thing lift kits do is make your rig’s suspension super stiff, causing your machine to ride like crap and placing the CV joints at their max angle — causing axels to break. This, however, is a common misconception. Most UTV lift kits don’t do anything to your springs except move their mounting location. The front lift has relocation brackets which make the front shocks stand more vertical, changing their angle. This not only seems to stiffen the shock, but lessens the travel as well. Spring spacers can also be installed, which basically get stuffed between the springs, stiffening them and increasing the ride height. When you loosen up the springs to make your Maverick ride nice again, you’ll be back down to basically the stock ride height. If all you do is rip mud holes and could care less about the way your suspension feels, you may not notice how bad the ride is. But if you’re a rock crawler or hill climber, a specific types of lifts can ruin your ride and put more stress on the axles. This is where portal lifts come into play. Because they maintain the stock geometry, portals give your machine a taller ride height without putting added stress on the axles and CV joints. If you want more info about lifted Can-am Mavericks, feel free to shoot us a call or send on over an email and we’ll get you sorted out!

The lifts we just mentioned are the standard options but if you are not a standard rider and you want to turn your Can-Am Maverick into an outstanding piece of machinery that intimidates its rivals on appearance, then you may want to go to a 6” or all the ay up to 10 inches of lift. Your machine is capable of handling this with the right combination of parts and you will still have a sturdy UTV once all of the modifications are completed. Choose the best lift kits for your machine if you can as they are an investment for your machine and aren’t something that you should be considering on a whim anyway. These UTV aftermarket kits are tough and can handle the barrage of pressure that they will be faced with each time that you head on the trail. You can turn to SuperATV or High Lifter for these upgrades and know that you will be getting quality for your money. Choose from the options that we carry and get onto that race course with your new monster tires. We also carry lift kits for the Can-Am Maverick MAX, Maverick Sport, Maverick Trail, Maverick X3, and the Maverick X3 MAX.

Are you looking to customize your ride? Do you want to elevate your rig so that you can tackle the trails that require a lifted vehicle? Upgrade your 2020 Can-Am Maverick with a lift kit and experience the stability and height that you crave while preventing the destruction of your undercarriage. We have high-quality lift kits from the top brands in the industry at Everything Can-Am Offroad. You can get a 4 inch Signature Series Lift Kit for your 2020 Can-Am Maverick, a 3 inch Spring Spacer Lift Kit for your 2020 Can-Am Maverick MAX, a Gen 1 to Gen 2 Portal Gear Lift Conversion Kit for your 2020 Can-Am Maverick X3, Heavy-Duty Axles with X200 Big Lift Kit for your 2020 Can-Am Maverick X3 MAX, a 4 inch Portal Gear Lift Seal and Bearing Rebuild Kit for your 2020 Can-Am Maverick SPORT or a Rhino 2.0 Axle Big Lift Kit for your 2020 Can-Am Maverick TRAIL. You can even add large tires and badass shocks for an even higher lift. Get lift kits for your side by side from Everything Can-Am Offroad.

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