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Default Anyone wish they didn't go to a narrow front end?

Debating going with a 36" front end, anyone notice any down sides to it, other than the obvious trail manners. I know most people, after spending that kind of money will say it's the greatest thing ever just to justify spending the dough, but anyone want to give an honest review?

Do you notice if your sled panels out easier on a sidehill?
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I had the K-Mod 37” kit on my 16. I loved it! More fun and easier to ride. Still had great trail manners too. Ran stock shock length as well.
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I think I prefer the wider front vs the 36” when the snow sucks... but narrow really is the cats hat when its good, definitely much easier to ride.

I wouldnt be concerned about paneling out with an Axys, its tough to make one panel out when you want it to. Funny how in the trees with a Pro you could flop the thing over and slide down the hill, with the Axys you have to pretty much point the front end down to go down unless its silly

Also agree with the above, I love my Kmod front, seems to be the best of both worlds. Nice quality and bolts right up, highly recommend.
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I know what ya mean, these things hold a sidehill on some really steep stuff. Guess I'm just going to have to pull the trigger and see how it goes, Looking at the Trenchers 36" kit which looks like a decent kit for the money. I really like the way the sled handles with the stock setup, but like anyone I'm always looking to make it better.
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I wont go back after going 37, yes it is harder to handle fast down the trail but the sled was not made for the trail. The longer the track, the more push you have, the more noticeable. Even with that I love it, even removed my swaybar 3/4 of the way through last season.
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I wont go back after going 37, yes it is harder to handle fast down the trail but the sled was not made for the trail. The longer the track, the more push you have, the more noticeable. Even with that I love it, even removed my swaybar 3/4 of the way through last season.

I have KMOD 37" on my '14 Pro-RMK 163 with Mohawk skis w 4" carbides, and it does push a bit in the turns. The Mohawks push far less than the grippers did when I had them on the sled. I also have the KMOD 37" on my '16 Pro-RMK 163 but went with Powder Pros and 4" carbides. It doesn't push much at all, in fact I have to watch my speed in the turns as I'm usually lifting the inside ski. The Powder Pros do track/hunt more than the Mohawks but it is what it is.
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Agreed there is few things that change it all.. I ran the C&A BD skis and the track crazy well, helped a lot compared to the grippers.
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I went back down to a 155 from the 163 on my old sled, so push isn't an issue and I'm not really concerned about on trail handling either. I bet the sway bar removal makes a huge difference with a narrow front end though hey?
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Just put up a complete Zbroz Racing 36" a-arm kit with upper and lower ball joints installed and a set of Exit X-1 shocks for the 36" for sale in swap meet that fit the Axys if your interested they have about 800 miles on them


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Not a concern IMO. The axys Maneuvers more on body position then leading hard into the hill. Also 36" is on the narrow setting you can adjust them to 38" if you choose. I run mine on 37,38 when snow is powder. 36 in spring snow
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