The fastest growing segment of golf car use includes off-road enthusiasts, outdoorsmen, and hunters. These users have special off-road needs for their golf cars including lift kits and off-road tires to aid in accessing hard to reach areas and rough terrain. Finally, we can help! These lift kits will give you great clearance to get anywhere.
This new Yamaha G1 6" lift kit features a complete 'A' arms, shock extenders and steering arms for the front and risers for the rear. Simple foolproof design and complete with very detailed installation instructions included. Please see the note below for special installation information for the G1. No additonal shock replacement neccessary.
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Note: We highly recommend 22x11x10 tires on 10x7 or 10x8 negative offset wheels for ultimate and secure balance.
This lift kit is not the cheapest on the market because it is a first class, well designed, laser cut product. As always, you get what you pay for. We guarantee you will not be disappointed with the quality or performance of this precision lift kit. Believe it or not, we know offer this lift kit for almost all Yamaha models (G1, G2, G8, G9, G14, 16, 19, G21, G22 GMAX, and the Drive). All are listed within this section.
NOTE: All 6" lift kits are effectively an 8" overall clearance lift when used in combination with a 22" diameter tire. Installing any of these kits with standard tires will not result in an 8" lift.
NOTE 2: Engineering may be required to make the G1 lift kit work on your car. The G1 kit is engineered to be installed as easy as possible. However, back when the G1's were produced, lift kits were not even considered. They were designed as a golf car only, and not the multi-purpose utility vehicle that golf cars have evolved into.
On the earlier G1's, they have a single through bolt which holds the clutch on. When this car is raised via this lift kit, the clutch may rub the frame slightly. Minimal heating, bending, or engineering may be required to provide clutch clearance. Again, these cars were produced in a time when they were not intended to be lifted.
On the later G1's, the through bolt is inside the clutch housing and you'll only see the bolts which hold the bell on. This style clutch will rub also, but requires much more significant engineering to provide clearance for it. Significant cutting, welding, and engineering may be required. If you have this newer style clutch, it is recommended that you have the significant metal fabrication skills mentioned above or take the kit to a professional for installation.