QUOTE(polarisproxr800 @ Jan 16 2009, 02:38 PM)
I have the same problem. shocks were all recharged. I changed the springs to .375, when I get off the sled the suspension just stays inbetween the two blocks, everyone else I know their sled springs right up to the block when they get off the sled
First off, shocks have nothing to do with supporting the sled. The only control the motion.
What sled did you get the .375's off of? If off an Edge, then they still won't be heavy enough. You need .375's off an IQ 440.
QUOTE(Harrison @ Jan 16 2009, 03:20 PM)
but im gonna try the springs for this year then re locate my front holes over the summer cant waste more time on this thing im just gonna ride the hell out of it like i have since it was new
Harrison, you wont want to do the springs, then the mod. It's gotta be one or the other. Both would be completely and retardedly stiff! Simply drilling the holes and backing out the front track shock spring really doesn't take too much time as you don't really have to remove the skid. Admittedly the IQ springs may be the better option (150.00+ US), but you can't beat the price of the "mod".
One last note for both of you: Make sure to completely grease ALL moving parts of the suspension. There are more points that need greasing than there are grease zerks. This alone will help some.
This post has been edited by IAPro-X: Jan 16 2009, 07:03 PM