The rear front tq arm is longer on the 04 and newer.
redbull660 said:Has anyone here had the 2003.5 summit rev 800ho when they first came out. My buddy has one and he put a 151 inch track on it. So basicaly its the same as my 2004 summit rev 800ho.
Well the question is: His sled will handle side to side alot better than any of the newer revs, it sidehills better, way easier to handle. I know that they did a rear suspension change from the 2003.5 to the 2004. Has anyone ever noticed this. I am going to find out what is different on the suspensions and change mine. Does anyone know the difference. thanks
I have the 03.5 summit. You can't just order the shaft and put it in. If your set on doing this I will trade you mine straight across. Just bolt on and go. They made the arm longer to help keep the nose down.redbull660 said:I had my buddy measure his. On the rear suspension, the very front mount bolt is an inch closer to the rear, he has a shaft going threw the torque arm and mine has two bolts with nuts that are mounted on peices that skidoo welded to the torque arm.
I am going to order the shaft and bushing so I can mount it like the 2003.5 models. I am going to have to drill holes one inch back from the stock ones. If you look underneath you will see that there is a doubler plate that has a blank hole there, that is where I am going to drill. All I know is that his is WAY more nimble than any another rev summit I've rode. We compared it to about 7 other revs last year.