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What are the weights of the two different pins used in the 06 Gade 800X, one with the 1.25 track, and the other the 1.75? The 1.25 uses #417222594, the 1.75 417004308. A friend of mine ordered his with the 1.75, the dealer screwed up and ordered the 1.25. They changed the track to the 1.75, but did not change the pins, or the gearing from the 23/43. He cannot keep a belt on the sled. I told him to gear to 21/45. How does this sound? Rides on and off trail, 1600-2200ft. elevation, occasional trip to the mountains. How about leaning the mains 1-2 sizes?
 

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What are the weights of the two different pins used in the 06 Gade 800X, one with the 1.25 track, and the other the 1.75? The 1.25 uses #417222594, the 1.75 417004308. A friend of mine ordered his with the 1.75, the dealer screwed up and ordered the 1.25. They changed the track to the 1.75, but did not change the pins, or the gearing from the 23/43. He cannot keep a belt on the sled. I told him to gear to 21/45. How does this sound? Rides on and off trail, 1600-2200ft. elevation, occasional trip to the mountains. How about leaning the mains 1-2 sizes?
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Sorry i thought i replied on the mountain forum. The 417222595 are 18.83 gr. the 417004308 are 16.70 gr. If his sled is stock set it up as per the doo specs for track profile and altitude. Run a ratio close to 19/43 for mountain riding and a ratio close to 21/43 for flat land ridding. Again if it is close to stock, definitely jet it down two sizes, make sure he jets back up, when he come back home. Hope this helps.
 

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Thanks!!! When I asked the dealer the weights of the pins, he said " I guess you would have to order them and weigh them". Thanks a lot!!!
 
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