That's pretty much right.jeremy.teplitza said:anything for the front end? the 92 arms seem as if they are completely different than any others
Nice. But seeing how my wildcat track isnt studded i really shouldnt need that extra link, correct. The extra link does nothing for the ride itself if I am reading this correctly. Thanks again.Festus33 said:Those aluminum links at the top of the rear arm, are the actual Torque Sensing Link's. (TSL)
A long travel skid without them is known as the ETT skid. (Extended Travel Tunnel)
The links keep the sled from flipping right over on it's back, when you really pour the power to it.
When the ski's lift without them, you'll pretty much be looking at the sky.
When the ski's lift with them, they'll tend to come up about 6"-8" and just kind of hover there.
Take a look at My avatar, that's My 98 EXT Triple at full rip, going up a hill.
TSL Work's For Me!