Kmod new alpha skid

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Coupled skid would probably help my 154 on really deep days. Guessing it weeds out concerns of breaking the rail. Probably rides way better down the trail. I also like the idea of trapping snow in middle to lube the hifax and cool clips down4F199FE5-DCAD-4A86-B009-6609FE6B9224 (2).png
 

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distance between rear wheels a little greater? could be a little more stable if so. looks heavier duty for sure, no doubt heavier, but this is cool:cool:
 

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I think it's a direct bolt in so I don't see why you wouldn't bolt it where ice age recommended for the elevate kit.
Elevate requires new rails(curved tips) so u don't stab ur track when u drop the skid.
Does Kmod have the correct rail profile for the elevate drop?


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Just because it has anti-stab wheels doesn't mean the hyfax will live if there's too much pressure on the front of the skid. Might help keep the clips centered in the rail though.
 
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These are all very exciting enhancements/improvements from the after-market (K-Mod & IceAge) to the novel AC monorail concept. I really like the innovation and if it's as great an improvement as, the Elevate kit has proven to be on my twin-rail , I'm all in on a future Alpha so modded!
 

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Just because it has anti-stab wheels doesn't mean the hyfax will live if there's too much pressure on the front of the skid. Might help keep the clips centered in the rail though.
I think you are overthinking it. Doesn't look like a nickels worth of difference and the wheels will take a touch of the pressure off the hifax. Not talking about a doo .it's a direct replacement. Guessing it is similar to stock approach and profile.
 

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I think you are overthinking it. Doesn't look like a nickels worth of difference and the wheels will take a touch of the pressure off the hifax. Not talking about a doo .it's a direct replacement. Guessing it is similar to stock approach and profile.
You're most likely right and that's what I would expect. Just looking for confirmation. Apparently you can rip the hyfax off a regular Kmod skid with anti-stab wheels if you run the spindles and let the limiter out too far.
 
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