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Old 12-30-2018, 08:48 PM
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Ice storm scratchers.. on 15 rmk. two 16 sks. Just clipping them on the rail. Not using the holder thing.. they really like to jump out.. am I missing something? Thanks all..
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Ice storm scratchers.. on 15 rmk. two 16 sks. Just clipping them on the rail. Not using the holder thing.. they really like to jump out.. am I missing something? Thanks all..

I run the Ice Storm scratchers, but I also use the holder and have not had any issues with them "jumping out" (guessing you mean coming off the rail).
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Mine have worked great as well. Stay in the holders until I remove them. Do you have the holder as far back on the scratchers as they will go?
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I had those Over The Top scratches on my Pro.
Just put them in my Axys and they have serious serious down force.
They are hard to put up on the keeper. I seriously doubt mine will fall off easily right now.
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I was just clipping them up on the rail. I thought they could be held up that way. If anything just to keep them in tighter to the rail/have less things hanging off the rail type of idea. I am sure they will stay up with the holders. Thanks a bunch for the replies on this not so flashy topic.. happy New Year to all..

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Use the supports if you can.

I didn't do that on my '10 and the stainless flapper is considerably harder than the aluminum of the rail and it is chewy some pretty healthy gouges in the top of the rail that are plenty sharp now.
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Skidoo scratch best Ive used reversable and more down pressure than crappy cable one. Didnt have to replace 2 to 3 scratchers a yrs like normal. Lol

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Use the holders......got. thank u guys.

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