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Old 12-19-2013, 04:04 PM
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Need a new snow flap, anybody use these? How to they hold up? Any opinions welcome.
It would be going on a 13 pro climb
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Old 12-19-2013, 04:24 PM
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I lost mine day one of a 4 day trip, the groomer ran it over every night and I picked it up on day 4 and now its back on my sled good as ever! this time I installed it as suggested by others with the pdp flaps, I put a strap on it to keep it from going into the track whoop sections
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Old 12-19-2013, 04:36 PM
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snow flaps are gay
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Old 12-19-2013, 04:47 PM
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People who don't run snowflaps are gay!

I usually end up trimming them down a little, but i think sleds without snowflaps look unfinished. And it sucks riding behind someone down the trail that doesn't have one at all.

I plan on putting a PDP flap on mine simply because I can't get my XXL hands in the pockets of the stock one with my gloves on. Do they seem to stay on if you use the strap and good rivits?
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I just received PDP flag and it didn't come with a strap. I sent PDP an email and never heard back. Are they supposed to come with a strap now? What is the best way to put on, inside the tunnel or on the outside?

I also wanted it for more room to grab the bar.
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Like this





Just use webbing from an old backpack or belt or something.
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no they don't come with the strap but are necessary if u ride whooped up trail down the mountain!
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Hey Guys.

Yes, the new 2.6 track tends to bite the flaps so a strap is recomended. The flaps do not come with straps but we have a strap kit at the link below.

http://provendesignproducts.com/Page...universal.html


Chewy22 Im pretty sure it was your email i replied to about the strap not coming with the flap, it might be in your spam box. If you dont see one I apologize, i try to get to emails within a day or 2, weve just been crazy busy with the holidays.

Please feel free to PM me with any questions guys, more than happy to help!

Have a great weekend!

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Just ordered the flap and was unaware of the strap,just looked at getting one but damn $28 bucks shipped for a strap? You could at least throw the strap in with the flap,think I'll figure something else out!
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That doesnt sound right, ill have to have our web guy double check the calculator for shipping on those, shoot me an email and ill take care of you.

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Hey Matt,
I have used your pro climb flap and you made a “custom” one for me as well.
If you took that bend out of the top of the pro climb flap it would not get sucked up into the track.
your flap i have now, is straight and it is nowhere close to getting sucked up by the track/.
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Email sent,looks like I only need one strap?
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