If it is running fine then my first thought would be to just riding it. If you want to do some work on it then I'd say replace the pistons along with rings. Th episton skirts would likely break before your compression loss becomes a problem. As for the shocks. Th eshock should be rebuilt every year as part of general, regular maintenance, so if they haven't been done, get to it.
no I have not, I got the sled used last january, rode it this season, this spring I plan to tear it all down, my local cat dealer is going to do the shocks, I am going to replace wheels, nuts and bolts etc, so it looks like rings and pistons over the summer.. anything else? My plan is that when it hits the snow next season, it will be ready to go ,lke brand new, thank you... :thumbsup: Not worthy: