my best guess is that it is how when the track comes off the drive wheels and heads twoards the suspension rails. the flatter that is the more efficient the sled will want to climb on top of poweder. and also the sled has more potential for high speed. with a snow cross sled they really dont care because they want big bump ability. someone else can correct me on this one.
well if you ride in deep snow are going to incounter deep snow ,want the front shock losened up so it rides ,or tries to ride up on the snow ,if you have the front shock tightened up which some sleds you can others you have to adjust the limiter straps or both offers better traction on hard pact
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