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I was hoping someone could tell me how to go about adjusting the straps.

I have never done this before and would like some tips.

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Bob
 

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I always loosen mine a hole from factory but reading my F7 manual it says that there is no adjustment but then Rob posts that he adjusted his........what the deal??...............I always loosen mine because I dont run trails its all cross country boondocking and you want the ski lift so you get on plane faster and dont push
 

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several standards have reported that their limiter straps are ajustable also, but are set in the middle hole and the other holes are hard to see (covered by the large nut)
 

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My sled did not have the holes in the strap so we drilled a hole in the strap about an inch tighter and it made a huge improvement (imo)
 

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Originally posted by rob@Jan 9 2003, 03:36 PM
several standards have reported that their limiter straps are ajustable also, but are set in the middle hole and the other holes are hard to see (covered by the large nut)
Yes... that's how my std F7 is.
 

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My Team Arctic Standard had the holes and I did adjust mine
from the middle to the top hole and yes it made a nice difference!
 

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Originally posted by ridna7@Jan 9 2003, 07:05 PM
My Team Arctic Standard had the holes and I did adjust mine
from the middle to the top hole and yes it made a nice difference!
ridna7, so you lengthened your straps to the longest hole? Made a nice difference in what kind of way exactly??? -- Roy
 
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