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will the pro-x .347/77 skid springs work in an edge skid.[/b]
yes but the prox 347 is not the best spring around. the 375 and the 359 springs ae better. what are you looking to accomplish here. make the skid stiffer? or do you already have then and wondering if they will fit?
 

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the springs on my edge are 359 and because i only weight 165lbs. i need a softer spring so it does'nt ride like a lumber wagon all time
 

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The 359's work fine for people your weight. They just need to be set up correctly. Look very closely at where the roller holding up the long end of the torsion spring mounts. There are 3 different holes in the rail to mount that roller. Moving from where the factory mounts them (middle hole) to the front hole will put you where you need to be.

Make sure you aren't hitting the rear coupler block too early too. Coupling the suspension up too early on the downstroke will make it ride like a truck too - big time if you're 165..... Make sure they're not mounted in the front hole if you're looking for a good ride.
 
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