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Kfx400 07-11-2019 03:20 PM

Hi guys I have a 2003 Polaris 600 edge X and my local Polaris dealer told me the ski’s are discontinued just wondering what people are using don’t need something to expensive as my son is buying for he’s sled..looking for something that takes thir place bolt on..if any one has a brand with item number that would b great thanks alot

1fastpolaris 07-11-2019 05:53 PM

Any Polaris plastic ski will bolt on. eBay has a bunch. I can find them on Craigslist usually also. Lots of aftermarket options also.

mod9nh 07-11-2019 05:58 PM

simmons skis work well.

too slow 07-11-2019 06:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Kfx400 (Post 20232914)
Hi guys I have a 2003 Polaris 600 edge X and my local Polaris dealer told me the skiís are discontinued just wondering what people are using donít need something to expensive as my son is buying for heís sled..looking for something that takes thir place bolt on..if any one has a brand with item number that would b great thanks alot

I recently pieced an online order together of slp slt ski's using 6'' carbides for my 05 edge. Haven't tried them yet, but their assembled ready to bolt on. Imo, they look fairly similar to the stock skis.

-dw- 07-11-2019 09:42 PM

This last winter I installed Rush skis on an 02 Edge. Needed 3/8" bolts to fit since the Rush uses 10mm. Bought them reasonable off ebay.

D-rail 07-12-2019 01:01 AM

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Originally Posted by -dw- (Post 20232972)
This last winter I installed Rush skis on an 02 Edge. Needed 3/8" bolts to fit since the Rush uses 10mm. Bought them reasonable off ebay.


Gotta match the bushings up, too, or they might be a bit loose. (or too tight, depending on which sled they wind up on... most of the newer sleds run the metrics.)

p51mstg 07-12-2019 09:21 AM

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Originally Posted by too slow (Post 20232954)
I recently pieced an online order together of slp slt ski's using 6'' carbides for my 05 edge. Haven't tried them yet, but their assembled ready to bolt on. Imo, they look fairly similar to the stock skis.

Our Edge has a set of those and I really like them. A bit expensive, but a definite improvement over stock.

For my Classic Touring, I'm looking for cheap, and it seems like the Kimpex Rush (complete kit) is probably the best bang for the buck. Those would work on Edge, as well.

I agree with 1fastpolaris - virtually any Polaris skiis on eBay will most likely work. Reuse pivot bushings and bolts.

Lexuslover 07-12-2019 10:33 AM

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Originally Posted by too slow (Post 20232954)
I recently pieced an online order together of slp slt ski's using 6'' carbides for my 05 edge. Haven't tried them yet, but their assembled ready to bolt on. Imo, they look fairly similar to the stock skis.

these are great skis. Had them on my 800 edge with the 6" and loved them. Thinking about getting some Mohawks for the Pro R, but the price is a deterrent. Best of both worlds with the Mohawks

too slow 07-12-2019 10:42 AM

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Originally Posted by Lexuslover (Post 20233046)
these are great skis. Had them on my 800 edge with the 6" and loved them. Thinking about getting some Mohawks for the Pro R, but the price is a deterrent. Best of both worlds with the Mohawks

Thats good to hear as i've not heard one bad review on them.
I searched the inter web for deals on the slt skis till i came up with all the parts needed plus free shipping, saved about $50 in all plus any shipping charges. I was thinking of going with the c&a razors originally, but a couple guys talked me out of them for various reasons not being real happy. Mohawks are great skis to if you have a newer sled.

ivar 07-16-2019 02:05 PM

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Originally Posted by Lexuslover (Post 20233046)
these are great skis. Had them on my 800 edge with the 6" and loved them.

also very happy with slt's with 6" on my 800 edge


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