"WHY" seems to be the most popular response to my question. I do ride trails a lot. And yes, in this case, wider is more stable. BUT.... I do go off the trail quite a bit, and hit the steep and deep. Have you ever tried to sidehill these sleds with that w-i-d-e front end? It's a chore to say the least. I just don't carry enough weight to counter balance the big XLT.
An RMK is in the works for next season, but I'd like keep the XLT for a back up/buddy sled.
I'm thinking maybe a set of steering and radius rods, along with a pair of shocls and I'd be dialed in. What do you think?
RAD rods and steering rods for sure, possibly trailing arms also. Im thinking that the geometry is not going to be quite right for the trailing arms....just hit the sled bone yard, look for an RMK and get the front suspension from it then you should have everything you need.
Polaris is my way out - Other people just use a door.
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