Larry and I measured limiter strap installed length over a month ago and reported at that time that the Snopro has a longer installed length. It appears that the Snopros come through with the strap in the longest position (last hole) and the regular suspensions come through in the middle hole.Originally posted by redF5sp@Jan 2 2003, 07:26 AM
I wonder why so many inconsistencies,my snopro was on the last hole(longest)and your saying your standard was in the middle and some people say theirs has no extra holes?I wonder if someone who hasn't changed theirs could get a measurement and compare the two.I will also mention that while going over mine that with the sled on the ground I found that my left side strap was shorter than the right side .Not by alot but I could feel the difference in tension from one side to the other.Dont know how much effect that has but when I moved holes I corrected for this.
this is hard to explain without a diagram..Originally posted by redF5sp@Jan 2 2003, 08:03 AM
Rob,I,m slightly confused by your last response,you say"as long as you back yhe IFS springs to a low position" are you refering to the ski springs or the skids front shock?If your refering to the ski's ,would those need to be adjusted after you tightened the limiter strap?I already had them as loose as I could safely,do i re check them?