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You want it just tight enough so that the track doesnt ratchet on hard acceleration, but on my sled its 1/4-1/2" of sag 12" ahead of the rear axle.
Im not as scientific about it as some of you guys are. I dont pull on the track with a fishscale or put weights on it. I just have the back of the sled up on a bumper jack and just gently pull down on the track with my finger. Polaris suggests 10 pounds and I know about how much 10 pounds is.
I personally dont think that track tension is all that much of a critical adjustment. My father and brother run their tracks really loose (Im talking over an inch of sag).
Can I get some advice too?
1995 ZRT 800 track adjustment...seems everyone just says hang the weight ..and tighten to specs..
However, my trac is studded to death and the guy I bought it from said DO NOT run this trac loose or the studs will take out the cooler..?
So, Is there any logic to this?