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Wondering if those two tunnels/rails are the same or not ?. I'm interested in the fact cuz it doesn't justify spending $9399 plus Tax for a X-fire Sno-Pro.

I asked because I got the newer Style Idler Wheels in the color of Green off a ZR900 and placed them on mine. If it works...I'd like to try it out...

Please help me with your feedback(s)/input(s)

Thanks in Advance,

AB/Corey :div20:
 

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They should bolt right in. I had a 2001 Sno pro skid with a set of tricked out Fox clickers in my 2000 Zrt 600. It felt great, too bad I sold the sled with that suspension in it. I'd like to have that one back!!! The fronts you may have to shorten..
 

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Originally posted by 81 Hydrostream@Oct 7 2005, 06:54 PM
They should bolt right in. The fronts you may have to shorten..
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My exact thoughts too. However, I'm not interested to do anything with the front except for the rear suspension. Since I weigh 300 LBS. I may need a stiffer suspension to hold me up cuz Standard doesn't do me justice. Had 2 of them in the past with ZR500 and Nightfire F7...Often bottomed out so just to ponder my thoughts here and there... :div20:
 

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they will bolt right in. but you'll need to do something with the front shocks also to balance the ride out. if your just looking for a firmer ride just have the shocks you have now revalved a little stiffer. a/c has a race valve kit listed in the back of the repair manual. i think it includes a set of springs and shock valveing. the number is 1639-613. :div20:
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Firecat sp shocks are the same length also, or i know for sure the rear is, the center is really close.
 
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