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    1994 Polaris Indy XLT SKS

    Hi folks this is my FIRST sled and I am brand new to snowmobiling. I'm trying to figure out if I can raise the back of the sled so it sits higher without adding extra equipment. Is this just a suspension setting? I already have the torsion springs set to stiff no difference.

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    The SKS sleds set up real nice from the factory already. Compared to the short trackers anyway. Post a pic of how yours sets.
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    Thx for reply. Here is picture.
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    They did not have much more travel than that.....it sure looks like it is a bit low although. I would remove and inspect
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    Ok ill check it out in spring as i dont want to screw anything up and not know how to fix it till season is over hahah. could just be shocks needing replacement

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    Shocks just dampen the harshness of rebound/compression of the torsion springs. My guess your springs are sacked as well as the shocks. Standard XLTs did not have Fox shocks and the shocks were junk. XLT Specials had fox shocks. If it has Fox, get them rebuilt. If not, get some and have them rebuilt front and rear. The front of those were lowriders too. Do not let anyone talk you into any cheaper shocks like Kimpex....Waist of hard earned money
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    Thx for the info! Ya im not sure whats on this sled. They have " tooth like" notches for adjustment not threaded shocks. Not even sure how to adjust these never seen this kind before. I was thinking on replace shocks in back after this season is out.

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