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[blue]Hey I got an RMK 700 with a 151" track last year. and the people who sold it to me never blocked the track up in the offseason so the track go its paddles bent forward from sitting in the dirt. I was just curious if anybody knew how to straighten them out or if it makes a big difference. [black]j`j`j`j`j`j`j`j`j [/black]that is similar to the tips of the paddles except it is more paddle than that which is bent. Thanks alot[/blue]
 

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turn it around for a few rides. or you can heat them up and bend them back.
 

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I have the same problem on my track and apperantly you can just switch it around, but heating up sounds like a bad idea, because wouldnt it then loose some rigidity and strenght? IMO.
 

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I have a buddy that did it and it worked fine for a wile but it eventually went back. no loss of strength.
 

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I have seen people swich the track around, but I would leave it eventually they will even out, I think
 
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