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>I JUST GOT A 1993 XLT THIS WINTER.  WHEN I GOT IT I REPLACED ALL 4 SHOCKS, AS THE SLED HAD 3900 MILES ON IT, AND THE SHOCKS ARE REALLY CHEAP.  BUT STILL THE FRONT END ON THIS SLED IS WAY TO CLOSE TO THE GROUND.  I PUT THE PROPER SHOCKS ON.  I WENT THROUGH THE WHOLE FRONT END, BUT IT ALL LOOK GOOD?
>CAN A GUY REPLACE THE FRONT SHOCKS & SPRINGS WITH A LONGER PAIR TO GET A COUPLE OF INCHES??  IF NOT, I GOING TO PUT NEW FRONT SPRINGS ON?  WHERE SHOULD I BUY THESE SPRINGS AT?
>PLEASE HELP THIS THING BOTTOMS OUT WAY TO EASY!!
 

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High performance enginnering makes a heavier weight spring 100 lbs stock is 80lbs. On my old sled I just went to a machine shop and got 3or4 big washers i cant remeber for sure now and installed them under the spring in the shock assembly.  Worked good i got another 2 inches out of it.  Made the front end stiff for the jumps to.
 
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