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My '06 GTX 500SS 2 up is used as a one up tourer in Quebec. What I was finding is that the sled would turn good only if the trail was really hard, such as in the morning before other sleds chewed up the trail. If the top layer of snow was soft, it pushed terrible in the corners.

I was able to get this sled to turn like its on rails after moving the coupler blocks to quicker coupling (#3). This totally cured the problem and have put on a couple thousand miles since making this simple adjustment.

Not sure if any of you are having the same problem with Pilot Skis, but thought I'd pass on this info case it helps.

mike
 

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i had the same problem plus the skis would be in the air for 20 feet on take off ,i turned the limiting blocks so the thickest part is .forward (less
weight transfer) and it turns on a dime
 
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