if the spring came out of ur recoil they are a ##### of a thing to get back in...but if the spring is broke get a new one and wind the recoil rope back up and see if it works...try that and if that isn't the prob...let me know and i'll try to help...
Where I sled: Pontiac Lake (SE Lower)/Northern Lower Michigan
A recoil can be a challenging, even dangerous thing for somebody that's mechanically challenged. Taking it off the sled for a trip to the repair shop shouldn't be that big a deal though. That could save you a ton of money, and keep stress levels withing range?
'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.