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Has anyone ever changed the limiter straps on their skid when it was still on the sled. Can it be done? I realize it would be easier when it is out but I would like to put the skid back in so I can move the sled and get to the front shocks. Here is my skid with new sliders, bearings all around, and orange paint to match the highlites on the sled.
 

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If you do one at a time, its not a big deal.

But why can't you do them now, or are you waiting for them to come in?

Skid looks nice, other than those old straps. ;)

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I've done an M-10 a few times messing with different setups. Set a 4x4 or something on the floor under the front of the skid and have a buddy sit on the back of the sled....

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Originally posted by FishHog@Oct 18 2002, 01:05 PM
But why can't you do them now, or are you waiting for them to come in?


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They were supposed to be in today but are back ordered. So it looks like it will be next week before they are in. :cussing:
 

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Is that picture with it all back together without shocks. Am I seeing that right? Or is that an older pic and the shocks are in it now and you want to put it in?
 

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Originally posted by rfmckee@Oct 18 2002, 02:12 PM
Is that picture with it all back together without shocks. Am I seeing that right? Or is that an older pic and the shocks are in it now and you want to put it in?
The shocks are back in and now I want to put the skid back in.
 
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