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i am assuming its been done and was hoping someone could possibly point me in proper direction lol

currently own a 99 vmax deluxe short track..
now i dont know if its just me its just freaking brutal in deep snow....


my indy 500 was better !

anyways .. im hoping a long track will help with this ?

any one have a link or video or the know how on a skid swap whether it be an indy skid which are the easist to come by or a long track from a yamaha ..

Thanks

Kirk
 

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the fact that sled has but a 3/4" track could be part of the problem, not to mention the fact its a bit heavier than the indy with the extra weight of the e-start and reverse.

but, to answer your question, a 136 under that makes night and day difference as will a taller lug 121. you have many options. skills and pocket book are your only limitations.
 

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been looking around i think i can put a 1.25 lug on that sled. as what i have read..
went playing around in the snow last night
the track has less then half inch measured last night and no studs

im debating picking up a 1 inch challenger track today can get it for 280 bucks retail was 602.
brand new !
 

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that track would be a great improvement over what you have on it now and the price sounds great.

make sure its a 2.52 pitch.
 
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