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2004 pro xr 440

I recently just picked up one of these sleds for a project sled but as for now I am going to ride it this winter with 440 in it, but I am having some issues with it. It doesn't want open all the way up feels like there should be more to it. It will pick the skis up and then falls on its face. I had this same problem with my xc 600 earlier this year. I bring it into the garage and pull the valves off they are not sticky and look to be moving just fine. I take a look at the bellows and they were almost paper thin and had to body left in them they seemed to be very flimsy and weak. I then pull the reed cages out and all the pedals were bent. Could this be the reasons why it has to mid range or top end to??
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Exactly!

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Thanks I will get those parts ordered up and see what happens!
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