Could it be an 136 with rail extensions to 144 maybe?[dunno] Though i agree, i wouldnt buy it either.Ugly_old_Poo_kid said:I love the purple idler wheel on one side, and red on the other! Along with the [highlight=red]"either 136 or 144"[/highlight=red] it really inspires confidence....
this is a coupled suspension98700xc said:You would not want to use that skid anyway as it is a non-coupled suspension and would ride like crap if you wanted to try and ditch bang or rough trail ride with it.
Look closely at the pics. There are extensions on this skid. The 2 holes where the adjusters would normally be have bolts fastening the extensions. Should find out who's (manufacturer) extensions are on it.polarisorbust said:this is a coupled suspension
there are no extensions on here, the 98 RMKs were a coupled 136.
I may be wrong, but i thought the 98 136" suspensions had the same mounting holes as the 121" suspensions. I think the mounting bolt, to mounting bolt distance is the same as the 121". I'm trying to remember. I researched buying a factory 136" xtra 10 in lieu of buying the tracks USA extension. Ended up going with the extensions. Eh!tnmemr said:The coupling comes from the rear torque arm/ scissor. The FRSS (Front Rear Scissor Stop) & RRSS (Rear Rear Scissor Stop) blocks provide the coupling action. It is a 2-way coupling ETRA 10 skid. Either way, more needs to be known about this skid. Better, close-up pics would be a great help. Damage? Parts needing replacement? Rear springs? Shock control rods? Other missing parts? His/her feedback doesn't leave much confidence in buying from them.