Has anyone run single carbides center location on their 05 Fusion stock skis? And has anyone tried removing one of the dual carbides and running just one of those as a single carbide?
[/quote]Originally posted by fyoushun@Sep 25 2005, 09:16 AM
Thats new, they must be using the .x carbide then? I had a heck of a time figuring out that Poo made a special part # for the .x ski, the standard ones Matt insisted were correct wouldn't fit right... Then I found some obscure reference to the part #, looked it up, ordered and they fit like a glove!
At any rate... Is the keel on the new skis still really wide? I haven't remembered to look anytime I've been near one. I didin't have any problem getting rid of the stock fusion skis on ebay and that completely negated the cost of the .x skis... I'm guessing I'll have another pair for sale in a few weeks.
[/quote]Originally posted by Mid-Range@Sep 25 2005, 01:54 PM
I am running single carbides....those dual carbides are no good.The sled behaves much better with single carbides.
What,you guys, have done to fill these holes on the skis once you are using single ones. I have put silicone but it doesn't last.
[/quote]Originally posted by ExcursionPSD@Sep 26 2005, 04:40 PM
Not only that, but when you go to the parts counter and they look your sled up in PartSmart, you will find the part number shown: 2875716, doesn't even exist on the Polaris database.
[/quote]Originally posted by ExcursionPSD@Sep 27 2005, 12:36 AM
The Polaris Race Skis 2900256-xxx with 90 degree keel and a wide ski tip, can use 4 different carbide runners, that I believe are made by Woody's
2875142 4" 60 degree
2875143 6" 60 degree
2875145 8" 60 degree
2875144 10" 60 degree
I am not sure if these Polaris Snow Cross skis use 4 mounting studs or 3, the racers in my area use SLP Powder Pro's or C & A Pro skis