Hey men, I've got the rear skid frame out of my 98 ZR 600 EFI because the right side rail was broken in half. The sled came from Alaska and someone has converted it to a long track, i figure the rails couldnt take the stress of the longer track and the tunnel has been a little distorted as well. To make room for the two inch paddles, brackets were attached to the under side of the running boards. This has caused the running boards to flex a little because it was not built to handle the pressure. Anyways, once I got the skid frame out I inspected it and found that my top right idle wheel is not turning because it is rubbing on the suspension spring. Pretty sure the idler arm is bent down causing no clearence between the wheel and the spring. Just wondering if anyone can tell me how much tension is on those springs and how to I go about removing them? Is there anything else I should be aware of while dismantling the skid frame to change the rail? Are there any torque specs I need to fallow or order of assembly?