I have been unable to cure rear skid looseness on my 2001 edge x. At speeds 35 mph and up - rear skid will walk out in either direction on acceleration and deceleration. Have tried adjusting front and rear suspension, 144 studs but are worn. Track is stock and limiter strap is set in stock postion. Any idea's on a base set up to start with? Anything to look for on the rear skid? Front end has been recently aligned. I weigh 165lbs. Thanks in advance.
Where I sled: Pontiac Lake (SE Lower)/Northern Lower Michigan
You don't mention what all your adjustments are set at, so I'll just mention this. If your back end is sliding around, it's because the front end isn't. You probably have too much weight on it. Could be a few things, most obvious
would be not enough tension on rear torsion springs. Try setting RRSS to high, in front holes, or setting the torsion springs up a notch from where they are now. See what that does. If you've tightened your limiter strap, let it back out. Remember, one thing at a time......
'07 Apex RTX w/Pro X suspension conversion, Fox Floats w/resi's, Doo extro drivers, Cobra track, Dual Ryde FX rear clickers, .375 Edge torsion springs, HyGear Dual rate front skid springs, SLP anti-stab kit, Powermadd handguards/mirrors, 2" Rox riser, shimmed Poo skis w/custom (homemade) ski savers, Black chrome W/S, Graphics by Arctic FX, and a grin every time I think about it! New Project: 600HO Fusion bump sled, Air 2.0 w/hi/low valves, HRM spindles, Retro graphics, .359 torsion springs.