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My front shock on my edge is in the upper hole, what would happen if it was in the lower hole? Would it hook up better? As it is now it dont really hook up for sh*t. Would like some pointers on how to get it to hook. Thanks
 

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WHen you say "hook up better" are you referring to having the snowmobile's track grab the snow better by adjusting the suspension?
 

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We have run all of our Edge sleds in the lower hole. It will not make it hookup better for acceleration. It does make the action of the front shock softer. This keeps the skis on the snow better resulting in better handling, better attack angle for deeper snow, less drag, and IMO a better ride. If you want more weight transfer for acceleration, the RRSS blocks in the rear can be turned or moved farther from the torque arm. What kind of track are you running? A buddy with an 02 XC 600 cured his traction trouble with a 1" Ripsaw for the trails. They had a short run of 1" Rips 4 years ago or so.
 
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