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Old 02-04-2018, 02:01 AM
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Long story short, bought sled as demo from dealer,was told sled was never wrecked or rolled ( yeah right), upon further inspection when sled was delivered to me from Idaho looks like sled has hit something on left side ( riots half assed drilled and replaced throughout under carriage hammer marks trying to straighten components,like a real hack worked on it. My problem is left ski is angeled inward, not toe in toe out but leaning inward,is there any adjustment to aluminum ski spindle to adjust outward? Thanks for your time
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Old 02-04-2018, 07:29 AM
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I took a hard hit right ski vs. tree and noticed my ski tip tilting inward on the ride back. Further inspection, A arm good, spindle good, however my ski saddle was bent up at the outside corner causing the ski to follow giving it an upward/inward twist, worth a look. Removed and straightened, seemed to fix the twist, my wrist not so much.
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Thanks for reply guys,can't get money back just not happy for being sold something that's been wrecked ,anyway how did you go about straightening ski,was it a stock ski, heat gun? Thanks, I'm an the mountain right now,sled was darting all over the place on trail!
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Slp Mohawk, clamped back of ski to my ramp, pulled outward with ratchet strap, heatgun. Then I pulled ski off the saddle, removed saddle from spindle, used vice and hammer to straighten saddle, reinstall, all good.
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I crunched hard into a tree and twisted the S-mod, had the same camber issue. Fixed when I replaced the S-mod.
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