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hey guys i recently purcased a 2005 skidoo mxz renegade with 6000 miles and a complete rebuild. have just over 150 miles on the rebuild. I'm looking to get this thing to do some wheelin' and it seems as if i'm in like a bowl and i see some drifts on the sides i hit them and the damn skid plate hits which stops me any ideas on what i could do to get this sum buck just a wheelin' and drift banging machine? Live in Iowa ride most groomed ditches and get off on to some gravel roads and ditches to hit pow! thanks guys!
 

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Loosen your limiter strap, and soften your rear suspension. This will help with ski lift. Too much will give you sloppy steering while on the trail so find the happy spot for your riding.
 

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Okay, i am new to the newer suspension. When you say soften rear suspension what would be my best way to start doing that?
 

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I'd say your new to the English language as well. Loosen front limiter straps,put the rear blocks on setting 1, take spring tension off center shock.
 
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