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Old 03-17-2007, 03:14 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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I have a rx-warrier (2005), similar complaints. How do I tighten the track?
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Old 03-29-2007, 08:58 PM   #12 (permalink)
 
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yo do u hit alot of jumps maybe its u're suspention bolt it happens to me and the bolt felll out put it back in and problem solved!!!! u should cheak
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Old 05-15-2019, 02:04 PM   #13 (permalink)
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my o6 apex rtx is starting to ratchet and i know its the track cause there is alot of sag in it now

how do i tighten it. it seems the adjusters are on the inside of the rear wheels and it seems almost impossible to get at them. do i have to take the wheels off??? i quickly tried to get at them through the windows in the track but there not quite lined up right.
Owners manual give good instructions .. Lift the rear of the sled off the ground you can turn the track by turning the Helix to line up the adjuster screws with the track windows..
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I had a 06 Nytro and the track had to be tighter then any of the mono shock Yamahas i have owned. The Pro Active CK suspension has a rough trail ability that the mono suspension doesnt have. We would line up a 06 vector and a 06 Nytro and run through the bumps and the Nytro was the best in the bumps.A very stiff suspension....Just tighten the track up until it stops ratcheting. Great sled with a set of doolies on the skis it flies through the bumpy trails.
Hopefully he has it figured out by now.......seeing as he posed the question 12 years ago!



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