I thought it was 10 but i have heard 12. ACEXLT any ideas?
Just because the front suspension is called the XTRA-12 or XTRA-10 doesn't mean that is really how much travel it has. The original XTRA-12 with the longer trailing arm that mounted just before the running board started had an honest to goodness 12 inches of travel. However, later models after 1996 had the later version of the XTRA-12 that had been reduced to 10 inches by using XTRA-10 trailing arms and different length shocks. The XTRA-10 front suspension itself never had 10 inches of travel. The 1996 versions had 8.4, and the later versions had 9.5.Originally posted by PolarisRocks0822
[br]I thought it was 10 but i have heard 12
According to Polaris's parts listings it is a plethora of different parts with some coming from the XTRA-10 and some from the XTRA-12. However, I did some other checking and according to the owners manuals, some did get XTRA-10 rear with XTRA-12 front and others got XTRA-10 front with XTRA-10 rear. According to the Triumph owners manual, it has XTRA-10. The manuals do not list any suspension travels. The only part numbers that are not shared between the XTRA-10 and XTRA-12 for 1999 and 2000 are those of the shocks. The trailing arms, radius rods, spindles, and torsion bars are all the same part numbers. So if you want to make your sled from an XTRA-10 to an XTRA-12, it seems you just need to change shocks??Originally posted by JD
[br]No, it had XTRA-10 front suspension. Same as any other 2000 model year sled with XTRA-10 front suspension.