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Besides planning on getting the Walk Evans shocks I also want to put a more agressive track on my sled. I am not sure how tall of a lug I put on my sled. I would like to go with a 1.25 in lug if possible. How tall of a lug can I go on my 2000 Gen. II chassis?


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Not exactly sure how big of a lug will fit, but it is quite easy to find out. take a tape measure to the tunnel and measure between the front heat exchanger and the track...that will get you close. Now, i believe places such as Dennis Kirk sell smaller diameter track drive sprockets to allow a more aggressive lug height. Hope this helps

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I think a 1.25" will fit, but not a 1.5" without modifying it. With the 1.25 the track lugs may occasionally rub on the top of the tunnel when the suspension bottoms out, or VERY rough riding, but i think the rest should fit. I believe the newer Edge suspension solved that problem with the tourque link to help keep the track tight.

I would do what Triuph said too. I agree.
 
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