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Just got a new to me 13' Pro and the P/O put 2" risers on it. He keeps saying he will bring me the stock mounts but is forgetting. The bars are very tall and wide for me. I am only 4'11" and will have to shave the seat down as well. What has everyone else done? I think I will really like the sled once I can get to where I can move around easier.
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Yes I did, but its a year old, so I thought maybe there was some new tricks out there. Thanks.
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You could swap your upper steering post out for a "T" style one off of a standard rmk, then you would have a choice of handlebar heights from 2" to 10"

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That is a good idea, I will look into it. I softened up my suspension and moved my skis in last night.
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Taking off the sway bar helped allot and doing that with a narrow stance was night and day. I did the offset spindles and it helped allot. A 36" a arm set would work even better for mountain riding. On trail it's can be a little funny but it's a dream off trail.
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