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I have a 1996 Formula SLS 500, will the newer model suspensions from a ZX chasis bolt right in?
 

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sc2 will. sc3 will not. But takes approximately 5 minutes to make the old sc3 bolt right in.
 

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I will do some searching for one, need to find what years the SC II was in. If there is in the Minneapolis metro that has one to sell let me know also.
 

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Purchased a SC3 today. I am removing the c7 mounts and putting the orginal rear mounts in for the sc-10 back in. Should i put the mounts back in the same spot end drill the bolt hole closer, or slide the mount forward and re drill all the rivet holes. What rivets should i use, steel or aluminum?
 

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24" xtc is correct for the sc3, I am wondering if the brackets are off right now, should I move them to the correct xtc or put in factory location and drill new holes. Also, what rivets should I use; aluminum or steel?
 

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Sent you a PM with my $ .02 as it is not just a bolt in and go swap

Michael M
 

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Well sc-10 III suspension was a success. Drilled 2 new holes .750 forward and a little minor grinding to get the big aluminum bushins to clear. I can squat the sled all the way down and it pops up good.
 

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I used steel rivets. Bought a bag of 3/16 big headed ones for like 10 bucks for a Hundo. Used them on my new drop hangers and tunnel extension.
 

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Took it for a little spin today, every thing seems good. The bumps I was trying to hit felt nice. This sled will be on the trails by houghton, mi tomorrow evening.
 
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