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11 minutes ago, racinfarmer said:

Just yank your limiter strap up more and throw some extra carbide at the ski and whammo!  Good handling stock skis.

Maybe play with the front skid shock a bit to fine tune to your liking, or not.  It is up to you.  

Tightening the limiter strap is for people who don't understand throttle control... Absolutely stupid to try and combat ski-lift by reducing traction.

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2 hours ago, Wildboer said:

Tightening the limiter strap is for people who don't understand throttle control... Absolutely stupid to try and combat ski-lift by reducing traction.

Ummmmm.......

 

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3 hours ago, Wildboer said:

Tightening the limiter strap is for people who don't understand throttle control... Absolutely stupid to try and combat ski-lift by reducing traction.

Don't worry, I only tighten the right one.

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1 minute ago, racinfarmer said:

Don't worry, I only tighten the right handed one.

Doos only have one strap.  They got tired of their customers asking how to do proper limiter strap alignments.  Dealers cleaned up tho...

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3 minutes ago, racinfarmer said:

Don't worry, I only tighten the right one.

Is this some kind of double entendre I'm not getting or do you only tighten the limiter strap on the right side of the skid? Either way you're a fuckin weirdo :lol: 

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1 minute ago, Wildboer said:

Is this some kind of double entendre I'm not getting or do you only tighten the limiter strap on the right side of the skid? Either way you're a fuckin weirdo :lol: 

I'm not a weirdo,.

I'm unique, just like everyone else.  

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