i would recommend just a little longer shocks on the front if you are using this as an aggressive sled. the angle on the 10 or better then the 12 for hard riding, if its a trial sled an all new 12 front end would be nice but hard to find.OK im confused will the xtra 10 in the front be good enough for the edge rear? Or, should I put the edge in the rear and the xtra 12 in the front? Or can I get away with using longer shocks in the front?[/b]
i was thinking the same thing as for edge shocks up front. its been a while but i think they are around the 15.5 area and and edge being 16.375 it would be perfect.I didn't notice you were on a 97 earlier, is that correct? It has the CRC front end?
About how long are the shocks with the front end off the ground/extended? If they are in the 15" - 16" range, the later GenII and Edge shocks will fit right on it. Betting that's the case. Or has somebody done that allready? Does it have the black Indy select (junk), or Fox shocks on it? Just sold a set of RydeFX from an '03 Edge that would have been perfect this afternoon. Doubt you'll have any trouble with that front end. Go for it....sounds like a fun project.[/b]
I don't but I can get them from a buddy who still has a Fusion.Paul, do you have the mounting dimensions for that skid? I'm not interested in it personally, but those dims. are not available online yet to my knowledge. Whoever buys it will likely need them. I'm sure they'd prove usefull before too long as more of these IQ/Fusion skids become available? Thanks, -Al[/b]