Re: polaris questions? please help( again)
Your xtra12 was not known for weight transfer. This was more of a comfort suspension. The(FRSS)front rear scissor stops are used to assist in how soon the suspension couples. The more space between the block and the arm, the longer it takes to couple the rear to the front. The (RRSS) were not moveable and shouldn't be removed. In order for your susp. to move freely, you should keep it as loose as you can as long as it doesn't ratchet. I was able to let mine hang about 1.5 in., however, I didn't run studs. There is a wheel kit for the rear, however, the hy-fax will wear rapidly to a point and then all but stop completely. This was normal. I'm sure you can find and or adapt a set for the front radius, if it wears there too. Even with studs you can run this fairly loose(the track) Remember, rear hy-fax wear is normal and will wear to a point then all but stop. Don't keep replacing them. Xtra 12 front straps should be left in stock position also (extended) Something to keep in mind.... you are probably sitting on the point where your shocks come together . This almost acts as the fulcrum. Adjust accordingly. Hope this helps. Think snow!!!