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Nope, Pro-X trailing arms are much shorter. Stronger yes, but too short that it would throw everything else off.
 

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Even if they did fit I would not put them on there!! I had a Pro X and was really hoping I did not hit something that would bend a normal trailing arm. The problem with a reinforced trailing arm is that instead of bending an arm that is replaceable they can bend the whole tunnel. On a RMK of a edge you simply unbolt the arm and bolt on a new one I think that is much easier then replacing the tunnel.

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Originally posted by DAN_8485
[br]Even if they did fit I would not put them on there!! I had a Pro X and was really hoping I did not hit something that would bend a normal trailing arm. The problem with a reinforced trailing arm is that instead of bending an arm that is replaceable they can bend the whole tunnel. On a RMK of a edge you simply unbolt the arm and bolt on a new one I think that is much easier then replacing the tunnel.

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Hes got that right, and prox;s are more comon to brake the rear mount that atachs to the tunnel/bulkhead more then a xc. stick with xcsp or xc trailing arms.
 
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