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If you took out your coupler blocks put them back in.

The ZR with the blocks in rails.

I personally run with just the aluminum pins in. The plastic blocks removed.
 

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Either put the blocks back in if they are out of turn up the pressure on the Ski Springs. If that doesn't help, throw the stock ski's in the trash can and buy a set of Simmons, you won't regret it!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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if this was after your last post then you'll just to find a happy medium. between rear traction and turning. i did put a set of gripnrip limit strap adjusters in mine. makes it alot better for adjusting front of skid.
 

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Lean in the direction of the turn. Body language is a critical part of riding any sled with long travel suspension. Shorten the front limiter straps in the skid frame too.
 

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I agree with the simmons skis,,,, I put them on mine and absolutely love them.
 
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