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Try adding more preload to the center shock spring and/or lengthening the limiter straps a hole or 2.[/b]
that's all fine and dandy but not too much because when you need to spike the brakes the sled will want to go sideways.
 

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that's all fine and dandy but not too much because when you need to spike the brakes the sled will want to go sideways.[/b]
I like to go sideways paul... it always shows my best side in somebody's rear view mirrors
 

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What is your coupling blocks set at? With the thicker part of the block facing rearward, less track grip more skis steering. With the thicker part of the block facing downward, more track grip less skis steering :D
 

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What is your coupling blocks set at? With the thicker part of the block facing rearward, less track grip more skis steering. With the thicker part of the block facing downward, more track grip less skis steering :D[/b]
good thinking
 
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