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Default Cheap rear skid sag fix for G4

Been fighting the rear sag issue on the G4 but after talking with Rene st Onge he stated that this fix has felt similar to adding three more adjustments to coil spring adjustments, and no more sag with you off the machine..

Doo has always been famous for there rear sag, but this cheap fix really shines quick.. And prevents rear shock from pounding out on the trail..

Before I started this quick1/2 hr job, I measured the sag on shop floor on setting 5 with rear bag and fuel caddy installed.. There was 3.5 inches

After installing the coil spring inserts there was no sag at all.. Fully extended and when I sit on the rear bumper it now drops 3.5 inches, jump off and it quickly rebounds to full length..

This has to be the best rear skid fix I have done to date, time to see how it's on the snow..
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One last picture.. Rene has sold 20 sets and all happy costumers..
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Been fighting the rear sag issue on the G4 but after talking with Rene st Onge he stated that this fix has felt similar to adding three more adjustments to coil spring adjustments, and no more sag with you off the machine..
So the skis will stay down better without having to shorten the front limiter strap?
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There’s a couple of company’s selling these.

http://www.gripnripracing.com/index....roller=product



https://www.hygearsuspension.com/col...spring-spacers
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How do these work? Keeps spring from compressing?
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What I found that works for me is the next heavier spring rate. their is a ton of difference in the weak/Soft stock springs and the next heavier. I had torsion spacers earlier in the season and it worked ok, but raised the rear up a little changing the geometry so the skis were pushed harder into the snow and the rear felt jacked up, felt like the front was plowing.
I installed a front cable limiter adjuster which broke the cable before I even really got to try it out. I find that there is no need to mess with the limiter with the heavy spring Rate. The actual Rate change of the spring is the most important thing in my Opinion. I also had my shocked Revalved by big john at Sled Head Racing Day one.. I have never bottomed my rear skid out yet and im 240 on #1 adjustment..
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What I found that works for me is the next heavier spring rate. their is a ton of difference in the weak/Soft stock springs and the next heavier. I had torsion spacers earlier in the season and it worked ok, but raised the rear up a little changing the geometry so the skis were pushed harder into the snow and the rear felt jacked up, felt like the front was plowing.
I installed a front cable limiter adjuster which broke the cable before I even really got to try it out. I find that there is no need to mess with the limiter with the heavy spring Rate. The actual Rate change of the spring is the most important thing in my Opinion. I also had my shocked Revalved by big john at Sled Head Racing Day one.. I have never bottomed my rear skid out yet and im 240 on #1 adjustment..

Installed a new spring? If so what is the part number?
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Depends on what model you have summit x shocks use a different spring than free ride and summit SP.

Search for this pdf from dootalk, it has the spring part numbers. Lighter and heavier spring rates from the race manual. Look closely for your model. Also shows the rates.
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Been fighting the rear sag issue on the G4 but after talking with Rene st Onge he stated that this fix has felt similar to adding three more adjustments to coil spring adjustments, and no more sag with you off the machine..

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This has to be the best rear skid fix I have done to date, time to see how it's on the snow..

You need free sag. With your setup you have none.
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