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Old 03-12-2019, 12:21 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Put some blue rock lights on the Daughters SnoScoot, turned out awesome, those things are bright AF.
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Old 03-12-2019, 12:25 PM   #32 (permalink)
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Maybe pics will work this time
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Old 03-13-2019, 10:48 AM   #33 (permalink)
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Well I finished up the changes to the youngest's 200 changes to 120 sizing and am pretty happy with it and it now fits him perfectly. He was even helping out quite a bit. The 120 post helped bring his hands down and brought him fwd quite a bit.

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How much lower does the 120 steering post T-off at? I want to put an adjustable riser, with a wider bar set up on our 200. The 200 post is already stupid high, being able to go two inches below stock or two inches higher would be ideal.
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How much lower does the 120 steering post T-off at? I want to put an adjustable riser, with a wider bar set up on our 200. The 200 post is already stupid high, being able to go two inches below stock or two inches higher would be ideal.
I just left for a 4week hitch with work otherwise I would go out to the garage and measure exact, but I would say 2" sounds about right.

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Actual length is even more but with the angle it moves them forward and down. I would think adding the adjustable riser you could then really dial it in

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Actual length is even more but with the angle it moves them forward and down. I would think adding the adjustable riser you could then really dial it in

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P/N for the 2020 120 shows a different steering post then last year, now I am not sure which 120 one to buy the 18-19 or '20. Either way I think this is the way to go with the big bar kit, the new 2020 200 post is still goofy.
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My 18 idles better than my 19, the 19 runs better up top and is a hair faster.

I attempted to pull pilot today and it just spins. I pulled the set screw out and the pilot doesn't do anything but spin..this is on a 19. I wanted to bump up size so it wasnt so boggy off the line.
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