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Is there anyway to get the sled to sit higher up in the rear?
Never seen after market brackets. That said, I think it would be no problem fabbing some up. The brackets on my long track Indy Trail hang below the foot rails. I know that most, if not all, short trackers don't.drop brackets but don't go to much. or get new springs and shocks.
I'll put it to you like this. With the front torque arm lowered and the rear in the same spot, the angle of the skid at rest is changed. If you raise the rear of the sled off the ground then gently lower it, the rear of the track probably won't touch the ground. The front rear scissors stop is keeping the rear scissors from extending further. If you adjust the "FRSS" so that the scissors opens more, you can probably get the rear of the track on the ground.is that to the front or rear? i would like to know that for my wifes sled:thumbsup:
That is slightly different. If you want more weight carrying capacity for an extra passenger then moving the rearmost scissors stop as far forward as you can is the ticket. What this does is catch the rear scissor as it collapses and starts to compress the front torque arm with it. It borrows capacity from the front shock spring. I don't know if the shock spring is adjustable, but you can actually get some help from that spring by rotating the collar and compressing the spring more.i wanted to make it stiffer for the wifes cuz it has a 2 up seat. with new shock and springs but when the kid is on with her it does sag and she only is 90 LBS soaking wet with a 100lbs kid. i heard if you change the rear sissior to a diff hole on the rails it will make it sit up more and make it stiffer. i'm sure like what sledhead wants also