whats beter on these xlt's? go with a xtra 10 or 12? pro's n con's?Polaris_Parts_MN said:I'm almost entirely postive you can't bolt the short track torque arms onto the longtrack rails.
Especially since your '93 XLT has the 8" suspension, and 136" rails were only on xtra-10 and xtra-lite 136 suspensions. The parts are not compatible with each, the geometry will way off.
Also, you have to make 100% sure you know the exact length of the rails. There were 121" and 133.5" lengths for the standard 8 inch suspension. And then there was 121" 133.5" and 136" lengths for xtra-10. It is common that people mistake the 133 for the 136.
what lengths do the extra 10 come in and whats the best xtra 10 on a wedge chassis? i have plenty of power with my 650 in my xlt. i have a chance to get a xtra 10 with a 2 inch paddle track for $100 i been thinking about it but was wondering if it would be good or bad for my riding. i love to ditch bang and do a lot of trail riding in central wisconsin.TylerC said:The xtra 10 is more of a ditch banging suspension and the xtra 12 more of a trail touring. I would definitely get the xtra 10.
The EXTRA-10 skids are all coupled. This includes the SKS & RMK. The EXTRA lite skids are not.Polaris_Parts_MN said:There was the 121" the 133.5" and the 136" Xtra-10s.
I prefer the 121" because it is coupled, the 133 and the 136 are not. A 2 inch paddle track would be useless in MN, as I'm sure it would be in WI too. That's just too much track for trail riding. Not to mention it wouldn't fit under your tunnel.