Ski doo nuns
This is a discussion on Ski doo nuns within the General forums, part of the Snowmobiles category; My buddy went riding the other day and he hit a culvert pipe with his ski and said he bent his shock, a arm and ...
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My buddy went riding the other day and he hit a culvert pipe with his ski and said he bent his shock, a arm and broke his ski. How do the nuns on those sleds work because ive heard about them but dont know anything about them. He took it to a guys shop and he said its totalled but i just want to get your guys opinion. What should i look for?
Inspect the chassis beside the can and underneath/behind the clutch for bends. This is where an impact causes the most damage. Also inspect where a-arms bolt up and the shock towers.
If you can do the work yourself you can get it done somewhat cheaply. Just be prepared to drill a whole $hit ton of steel rivets.
The nuns are weak on the entire rev series chassis, as a concession to lighten up the sleds for performance.
As mentioned, DIY, replace the nun yourselves.
is Yeah two belts in one weekend,
nothing like ridng a cat lol
Pulling the pipe lets you see the nun the best. Check for wrinkles and broken welds.
is on the road to recovery,,I
seeing the topic, I thought he was posting about some ladies dressed as penguins riding ski doo's