sorry to hijack this thread, but where did you get the green dollys with the straps for the skis?? Mine are always slipping off... Thanks.I put some on my 146" over the summer, the kit is nice because it comes with an entire front end assembly including the sway bar disconnect, ball joints, sway bar, and hardware. If you hit a stump, Doo does have the individual numbers for sale but not as readily stocked in shops as the standard ones. I haven't ridden on them yet but I asked around a bit and heard good feedback. I had to replace both a-arms so it was cheaper to get the curved a-arms kit than the individual ones and thought I'd try something different. They feel pretty solid, hopefully they work out well.
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The Ranger have had curved arms since the REX, (XP) chassi days, but the current 49, after MY -19, is Radien, (G4).And I talked to a guy from the factory, these are not the same arms that used to be in 49 ranger. The arms on the kit were redesinged.
Yes that's what they probably meant. Old ranger arms were a bit weak, G4 are not and in my experience this is true.The Ranger have had curved arms since the REX, (XP) chassi days, but the current 49, after MY -19, is Radien, (G4).
You mean that the 36" curved "G4 Ranger" arms are not the same as the 36" curved "G4 Doo" arms?