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I went to adjust the ski pressure on my sled because it will push a little more than desired in turns. Now to counteract this, I have first installed woody 6in 60degree carbides in the front, and the front springs are turned up pretty good. Now I was under the impression that if you loosen the front rear shock, the coil one, in the middle that it would thus put more weight on the skis and track better. Is this correct or is there something else that I should be doing?
 

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you are right with the front but the back would benifit more from moving your limiters up one.
 

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what you realy want to do is move your limiter strap up one noth, that will put weight on front end , making it hold corners like it was glued to trail
 
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