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    Quote Originally Posted by drkgreen6liter View Post
    well , here's my project . convert to tracks for winter , add winch , build bed like i have on my other machine
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    Thats awesome! I've been eyeballing some tracks for my sport since I sold the snowmobile. What brand are they? Any problems with them? Did you add anything else to the trail to run them?

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    They are camplast t4s tracks , there the ones specifically for the sxs . I had them on my teryx before the cat . I've had the tracks for about 4-5 years . never had a problem with them . I've been in the process of fabbing the brackets needed . however you could buy the bracket kit . heres some pictures of the bed i'm building for it also .
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    Nice job on the bed, the tracks look great!
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    Drkgreen. What is the top speed with the tracks? And does the 700 have enough power to keep them turning in the deeper stuff?
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    What is the total width now with the tracks? They don't look to make it to much wider

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    I finally had a free afternoon and put the Bandit springs on. I went with the 200/240 set. I have not test run it yet, but I put quite a bit of preload on the back. Measures at 13.5" at the center rear. I may back it down a bit if the ride is too rough. Have not finished dialing in the front yet, but it's sitting about 12" now.
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    Watch the cv angle when you start getting up there in the 13 1/2 and above for bindage. I set my trail at 12" set the toe on the front end and forgot about it. Also remember as you go up you get skinnier, the machine that is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sak kitty View Post
    Watch the cv angle when you start getting up there in the 13 1/2 and above for bindage. I set my trail at 12" set the toe on the front end and forgot about it. Also remember as you go up you get skinnier, the machine that is.
    That's a very good point. I think I will back it down to about 12.5 in the back.

    Where are you guys measuring your GC at? I was thinking roughly the center of the skids on the front and rear leading edges.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LawdogMT View Post
    That's a very good point. I think I will back it down to about 12.5 in the back.

    Where are you guys measuring your GC at? I was thinking roughly the center of the skids on the front and rear leading edges.
    Just behind a arm towards the cab for the front. Rear at edge of the skid under the hitch.
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    I only makes it 56" wide . I haven't been out with it yet on this machine but on my teryx it would do about 40mph . I suspect the wildcat being lighter it would do that at least . I'm hoping to get it out this weekend . been freaking cold out here for that last week and half . -15 most nights , highs around 0
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sak kitty View Post
    Watch the cv angle when you start getting up there in the 13 1/2 and above for bindage. I set my trail at 12" set the toe on the front end and forgot about it. Also remember as you go up you get skinnier, the machine that is.

    I just had a guy on facebook tell me he cranked down his pre load on his trail i believe and one of his rear axles has popped out twice.
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    You're right... I'm backing her down this weekend and have not ridden it yet. Probaby will go to 12" on both ends.
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    I set my trail right around 12", took it for a quick spin through some bumps to settle the suspension. Set the toe on the front end and I think the width was right around 47 1/2 ". Drove it for around 1000 miles with no cv troubles, or any other suspension problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sak kitty View Post
    I set my trail right around 12", took it for a quick spin through some bumps to settle the suspension. Set the toe on the front end and I think the width was right around 47 1/2 ". Drove it for around 1000 miles with no cv troubles, or any other suspension problems.
    . Is that with stock size tires ??
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