It should have "141" stamped on the rail somewhere. I'll get you a C to C measurement from an old chassis that I have where I ran the CMX/M10. Mine was a CMX/M10 that was based off the 141 as a base. That's the way CMX did it, at least then. If yours is not like that then the geometry/measurement may not be the same (don't know for sure). Great skid! I'll post it later on... otherwise you could call Mark at CMX.
Thanks! I tried calling Mark and left a voicemail and haven't heard back, that was about 3 weeks ago, I sent a email about 2 weeks ago with no response. I just figure hes probably busy building new sleds. Just thought id try here rather then keep bothering him.
OK, I ran mine at two difft spacings; 25” center to center and 26” center to center. 26” jacks up the rear a little more. 26” being the rear mounting location further rearward. You can then fine tune the rear shock angle to your liking via the adjuster. I preferred 26”… There’s flexibility in the c to c with this coil over skid, given all the adjustability. I haven’t looked at in a while. What tunnel are you hanging this skid in?
The strap is a mounting plate that has holes for the front and rear torque arm mounting positions. It rivets to the inside of the tunnel. It's probably N/A for the non-tipped up Edge tunnel. I would however talk to FAST about their mounting hardware/ You should measure the width of the torque arms, as you may find them narrower than 15". For what its worth I hung my skid 7.5" (torque arm center) back from the center of the drive shaft location, 5/8" above the center line. Mine was not a stock tunnel, so this may not make sense for your app, same goes for the setback. In any case it's a great skid, just take your time to figure out how best to position it. Good luck.