MY WIFES 97 JAG 440 FISHTAILS THE REAR END AT
THE TRACK HAS 96 STUDS
FRONT SHOCKS DON'T HAVE ADJUSTABLE PRELOAD
I DON'T SEE ANY ADJUSTMENT IN FRONT LIMITER STRAP
WHAT TO DO? SHE SAYS FIX OR BUY ME A NEW MACHINE!
My wife rides a 97 jag 440 and does not have this problem. there is no control for the front shocks and we have rear skid set for 120-130 lb rider with no darting or tailing. Only thing we added to her sled were skins up front..Steve
ArcticZRT600, I think you have it wrong. What he needs to do is INCREASE teh preload on the front skid shock. This will put more pressure on the track.
Boondockit, try turning up that spring, you should see teh limiter strap get tighter. I'd tighten it up until it starts to push in corners, and then back it off a little. That will put the maximum amount of weight on the track possible.
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