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post #21 of 23 (permalink) Old 01-18-2013, 05:38 PM Thread Starter
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thanks guys, waiting on shocks to come back...slydogs on the way also.. i think the metal skis are garbage also...and yes showed a buddy at work and he agrees it's the x-tra 12 in it...will report back when get these things done and losen the preload on the springs, do some reading...then wait for snow as it's basically all gone right now...hoepfully snow is coming soom dammit!!!
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I hear ya! Waiting on snow here too. The kids were told to do the snow dance!

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Dropping the front limiter strap will take pressure off the front end. Raising it will place more pressure on the skis. Check to see where it is set now, and adjust accordingly.

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