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I was just wondering if I should get a storage stand for my sled.  I was reading out at EazyMove website that they sell stands for storage.  When I asked the guy, he said it takes the tension off your springs when you store it in the off season and that it was a good idea.  

Of course he is trying to sell me his product.  My question to all of you - Is he correct, should I get one or what do you use?

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Nope hes right.  It is always best to take the weight of the sleds suspention even just overnight.  A stand is the best idea plus it helps get a good look under the sled and makes working on it easier.  Its also a good way to run your track to get the snow of it and a nice way to wheel the sled around.
 

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Just relax your suspension to its lightest setting, there's no need to hang the track.  That's never been proven to do anything.  Many more important things to do for storage.  A stand is good to own however for doing track adjustments etc.
 

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Hey Brazoo why dont ya load up your gear and come up here and ride?You definately need more milage.Come on up we will take ya for a tour.We are going to cochrane Mar 7-12 you should come with us.Trip of a lifetime Buddy.Meet us in Cochrane we will tour with ya.
 
 

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Nice lift!  Getting it up where you can work on it helps the old back.  I've got the steel to build mine, just need to get a screw jack and start welding.  Finding the time is the hard part....maybe after riding is over.  
 
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