cool cool, going to pick up my new to me ride tomorrow am.
Yeah. I wondered about that too. I though about putting a pair of wheels inside the rails too. I went over and looked at my friends Rev that has tipped rail extensions where the hyfax ends ahead of the rear wheel kind of like mine. He said he hasn't had a problem with the hyfax wearing out and he doesn't have any wheels there so I decided to try it that way and keep an eye on it. Thanks for the compliment.You should think about mounting a set of wheels where the sliders end. It will wear away too fast if you don't. Great looking mod.
Earlier this year I bought a 2003 Mountain Cat for my primary use. I built up the ZR as a backup for my Mountain Cat and for the wife and friends to ride. My son is handicapped but likes to ride, so we need a 2-up, but don't need 3 sleds. I decided to sell our old Ski-doo 2-up and keep the ZR, so I got the 2-up seat so my son can still enjoy riding the trails. He will also need a back rest and I'm going to make one that fits him, but is removable for the times he is not with us. The wife mandated that we still have a sled that we could take our son riding with us. Since I wanted to keep the ZR, I had to make it 2-place. I looked into the strap on 2-up seats, but wasn't sure how well they work, and came across the new factory 2-up conversion seat. Bottom line is that I needed it to keep the ZR and accommodate my handicapped son.What's up with the 2up seat?? chairshot[/b]
Well the more teeth you have the less it will slip but this realy does not play a part in the kind of driver you buy. The typical driver is 9 teeth. The newer sleds are coming out with 10 from the factory since it gives less roling resistance thus more speed. The old ZR chassis sled came with 9 and usualy when people change them they go lower to 8 even 7 in extreme casses to have more clearence to run a bigger lug track. You can get special drivers called anti-ratchet that drive from the usual location and from the openings in the track.Hey I'm thinking about longtracking my sled as well and I just had a few questions. . . the answers may be really obvious to some so sorry if the questions are dumb. . . but i was wondering if the more teeth you have on the driver was just to help prevent slipping or does it help other things too? What is the hyfax? Also, is the reason that your back end stands up a lot higher because the longer track or is it some other reason?[/b]