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Hey guys,

The XTRA 10 skid is dimensionally the same, however the components differ. For example, our '96 Indy Trail has the wimpy hydraulic shocks, while my '98 XC 600 now has a Fox shock on the front arm, and the PPS shock on the rear arm, along with stiffer springs. You can easily convert your old XTRA 10 suspension to the same settings as a 2000 XC 700, just by changing springs, and shocks. Thats the beauty of Polaris!!
 

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Speaking of the Xtra-10.....Does anyone have the A.D. Boivin upgrade kit for it? How do you like it? Is it worth the $100?

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Are you talking about the suspension coupler? If so, I bought one for my Form Dlx at the Toronto show; still have to put it on.

My partner has it on his MXZ and he really notices the difference in the stutter bumps.

Jacqui.
 
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