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I have a 98 Indy Trail and on my last ride it was handling great in the morning but about half way through i hit small rock and later on a hole. Now my sled pulls to the right. I know it isn't my carbides because I had changed them about 200 miles before that. I was just wondering what the skis should be set at (toe out, toe in?) Thanks

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you may have changed the carbides but are you sure one isnt bent? that will cause your problem

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you will need toe out at the tips of the skis, polaris recommends between 1/8 to 1/4 inch, but you should check your carbides as bob stated, also look at the ski spindles on the ifs, make sure they both are at the same angle, this cuold also cause a problem, if so you will need to re adjust your radius rods to compensate.

 

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Thanks, I will check those things out when I can get to my sled again.

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