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Doing a little planning for my F for the local radar runs here in Wisconsin. Ice is looking good, but snow is not... I look for a huge turn out at this for 2007. I just finished my studs and clutching (D&D with Shift Assist) and am now looking at my overall set up. I know on thing forsure, my sled is sitting way to high.

I do not want to go as far as taking the Wahl shocks off of my other F, but I want to slam this to a safe... low area. Let me know what you have done. As you can see I do have floats. How low can you go? And is straps the only option for a temporary suck up in the rear? Looking for something like this...


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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (NightFireSnowPro @ Jan 30 2007, 06:48 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
Doing a little planning for my F for the local radar runs here in Wisconsin. Ice is looking good, but snow is not... I look for a huge turn out at this for 2007. I just finished my studs and clutching (D&D with Shift Assist) and am now looking at my overall set up. I know on thing forsure, my sled is sitting way to high.

I do not want to go as far as taking the Wahl shocks off of my other F, but I want to slam this to a safe... low area. Let me know what you have done. As you can see I do have floats. How low can you go? And is straps the only option for a temporary suck up in the rear? Looking for something like this...


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