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    MH

sks 146 vs 155

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What sled is more sutible for me.
I have progressed to be more agressive and find myself jumping, dropping, whipping and flicking it around, and less treeriding. so im thinking the 146 is more playfull. but when i want to play in the deep i wont get the speed to get up in the air etc. i come from a 155 proride, and love that thing.

i'm thinking mabye building a 155 to a 146 like caleb kesterke did. or just get a 146. i see the steering is more on a angel on the 146? and the running board wider and on an angle.
is the 155 more then playfull enough and still get speed in the deep?
 

Sheetmetalfab

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What sled is more sutible for me.
I have progressed to be more agressive and find myself jumping, dropping, whipping and flicking it around, and less treeriding. so im thinking the 146 is more playfull. but when i want to play in the deep i wont get the speed to get up in the air etc. i come from a 155 proride, and love that thing.

i'm thinking mabye building a 155 to a 146 like caleb kesterke did. or just get a 146. i see the steering is more on a angel on the 146? and the running board wider and on an angle.
is the 155 more then playfull enough and still get speed in the deep?
a 155 khaos will make your proride feel like a boat anchor. (Yes literally)
 
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I ride a stock 146, its a different sled then the 155.

The biggest thing is the steering post is horizontal on the 146 vs vertical on the 155.
 

chralle

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I ride a stock 146, its a different sled then the 155.

The biggest thing is the steering post is horizontal on the 146 vs vertical on the 155.
Yeah the 146" Is a trailsled
A shortened 155" is a shorter mountain/backcountry sled !
In my eyes completely different !

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