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Old 09-24-2014, 05:06 PM
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Default Looking for Ice Age 162 rails

I know, I know probably not going to happen but figured it's worth a shot!

My factory rails are full of cracks and I'm not quite ready to shell out for brand new yet....thanks.
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If you're looking for King Cat ones, they're likely pretty scarce. I'd look for a complete take out suspension from an M-series with the float suspension. With a little work, they go right in and are a pretty decent upgrade.
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I second what IDCATMAN said. I put an m skid in my sled and loved it. much easier than buying new rails IMO. I don't think the Zero Pros are that bad either.
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I ordered a new set of iceage rails for my KC9/162... 2 yrs. ago.
They came in about 2" too long. We trimmed the front and they're working fine but I was disappointed and really glad we tested before loading up and heading out.
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I have a set of oem 162 rails for a proclimb. They are black. I can't use them for my project. pm me
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Ok so the consensus is swapping a m162 skid. How much modification is needed for this? The 162 proclimb rails might be a good alternative, but again I'm pretty new at this stuff so not sure how much modification is needed. Thanks for the help so far.
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thanks for the lead, I'll read up on it and go from there.
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Still have those rails MBR44?
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