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I just got my sled from the dealer and it is great BUT:
Why is it so nervous on a hard surface i dont know if it's the skis or the track.
It runs great on softer snow.
In Sweden we have 38mm cams on the track.
 

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Originally posted by f5sweden@Dec 27 2002, 04:29 AM
I just got my sled from the dealer and it is great BUT:
Why is it so nervous on a hard surface i dont know if it's the skis or the track.
It runs great on softer snow.
In Sweden we have 38mm cams on the track.
The first thing to check would be your ski alignment and toe. Marc
 

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Originally posted by Roy T+Dec 27 2002, 08:30 AM-->
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@Dec 27 2002, 04:29 AM
In Sweden we have 38mm cams on the track.
It's early here but, what????????????? -- Roy[/b]
Sorry, i didn't know what you called it but we got 1,5 inch track here.
 

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After checking the toe out, and if the sled still feels a little unstable I would start by checking the amount of preload on the front arm shock in the rear susp. If it is too stiff, the sled will transfer weight rapidly onto the skis instead of being reduced by the action of the front arm. If there is too much preload, the sled will tend to dart due to this rapid weight transfer.
 
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