Change the springs, call Hygear and also get the torsion spacers.
Sounds like a good idea . Hygear makes his own springs?Mikadoo said:Its just more of BRP quality, everyone on here complains about it.
Get yourself a set of Hygear springs and have them valve your shocks then it will ride like it should have in the first place.
No it's very easy. Just take out the 2 bolts that hold the rear suspension and then jack up the rear of the sled by the bumper. Once the rear mounting bolts drop past the tunnel remove the springs and install the spacers.Motorbreath said:Is the Torsion Spacer Kit difficult to install?? Will I need to take all the suspension down??
Time for a new dealer!well i was told that when i store the sled over the summer time i should take the weight off the rear susp.and that when i start riding again this winter that the susp would return to normal once i get heat in the rear shocks and what not.