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Just bought this sled a few weeks back. It has coupling bars on the suspension.
Anybody ever use these? Are they any good?
I getting to old to hammer the bumpy trails so I may not need them, like to
get the best holeshot out of the sled to.
I will be jurking out the suspension and track soon and would like some imput.
keep them or get rid of them?
 

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Just bought this sled a few weeks back. It has coupling bars on the suspension.
Anybody ever use these? Are they any good?
I getting to old to hammer the bumpy trails so I may not need them, like to
get the best holeshot out of the sled to.
I will be jurking out the suspension and track soon and would like some imput.
keep them or get rid of them?
some refer to them as dog bones..sled pro makes them but not 100% sure there available anymore..shade tree used to sell them...anyhoooo leave them on they will help with weight transfer and also help with kick back on the short choppy bumps....also for more weight transfer and a better hole shot i like to run my acm nut all the way out.
 

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I have em on my 97. I agree on the kickback going away. It did on mine. Now there's something a bit fishy about my bars. Every sled I've seen them on, when the rider gets off the rear axle actually lifts just a bit off the snow. My track is and always was dead flat. I never figured out why. I run my ski shocks full soft, center on 1, rears springs full soft. I can hit some pretty hardcore trails at high speeds with little to no discomfort. I'm about 250# suited up and I have a back condition. If tells you leave em on, well my work is done here...
 
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