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This is a discussion on 98vmax600 help within the Yamaha forums, part of the Brand Specific Snowmobile Discussion category; i wanna know how to set up my suspension so my 1998 xtc vmax 600 can do a wheelie and lift the skis...

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    98vmax600 help

    i wanna know how to set up my suspension so my 1998 xtc vmax 600 can do a wheelie and lift the skis
    16 male with a polaris 500 XC sp year 2005

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    Loosen up the limiter straps, take the spacers out of the transfer rods and pick the track. I think you are asking a lot from that sled but it may pull the skis a bit. It can be fun to tinker around with but a sled that handles in that manner is tough on the trails and quite dangerous.

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