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I have a 90 Phazer which has the short track. A couple years back I purchased a 136 track, M10 and a M10 install kit. Once everything arrived I soon found out that the M10 was a one off from Polaris. FAST at the time said they never made it and Polaris must have been dong R & D. Now I have this suspension and track I need to install.

Has anyone ever done a suspension transplant from one sled to a different model without a kit or directions? I have a bunch of question. Do I remove the 116 track and install the 136 track. Then slip the suspension in and raise the rear to the height I want and start drilling holes? Should I adjust the rear wheels all the way forward before ding this? Should the front and rear of the suspension be on the ground or should the front be up just a little? The rear swingarm has two positions (this moves the top pivot point about an inch), how should I set this before marking the tunnel? What about tunnel reinforcements?

I have a lot of experience with modifying cars, trucks, bike and boats but not sleds. Any help would be great.
 

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Through the help of JB shocks, I have found out this is a skid from a 2006 FST tour with the M-10 136 skid.

The help I need is the measurements from the drive shaft to the pivot point of both arms and from the pivot points to the tunnel top. If you need template, I can send one.
 
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