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Who's installed an Iso-Vibe on their Firecat?

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Was there adequate extra length to the cables, so there cables aren't overstretched? It looks like it can be mounted at the top or bottom of the extrusion. Is this correct? Was worth the $'s.

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I agree with Jay, I had surgery on my hand for crushed nerves, the median and ulna nerve, lost the use of the hand, now I have the isovibe to prevent it happening again. I rode my sleds hard, treated like it was a work out. would come home covered in sweat. I have slowed somewhat but bought the isovibe because it absorbs the vibration, wished I would have bought it long ago....
 

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The vibration to your hands will cause fatigue faster. Iso-Vibe absorbs vibration and will absorb impacts from bumps. Just from the limited riding I've done so far I can tell it's going to be well worth the investment. It's easy to install and can be taken off and used on your next sled.(04 firecat :D ).
 

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FYI
Received this reply from Tim Lessard of Grip n Rip.

Subject: Iso-Vibe Question

Can the Iso-Vibe be installed on the top of the extrusion of the Firecat?
Your picture show the bottom, but was wondering about the top.

Thanks,
Chuck

Hi Chuck,
It can be installed on the top or bottom of your extrusion. If you look at
the home page of our web site the polaris racer has it mounted on top of the
extrusion. It all depends on where you want to mount it. You get more
handle bar deflection if you mount it on the bottom compared to the top. It
all depends on the riders preference.
Let me know if you have anymore questions.

Thanks
Tim
 
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