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XTX ice Scratchers?

Discussion in 'FX Nytro General Talk' started by billy2guns, Oct 17, 2009.

  1. billy2guns

    billy2guns Newbie

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    I am putting a set of RSI scratchers on my XTX. Has anyone done this yet? I was wondering f someone had some pics. I am not to keen on drilling holes into my rails and was wondering if there was another option.

    Thanks. :rocks:
     
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  3. upei93

    upei93 Paying Member VIP Member

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    Was thinking of trying this...
     

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  4. **sj**

    **sj** Paid Member Lifetime VIP Member VIP Member

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    the above pic is a nice idea...but will suck if you forget to put up and back up!
     
  5. sheetwright

    sheetwright Paid Member Lifetime VIP Member VIP Member

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    What about the reversable style SJ??
     
  6. **sj**

    **sj** Paid Member Lifetime VIP Member VIP Member

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    whats the cable ones...those with the carbide tip are the ticket..

    yeah those would be nice there too....but I have a concern of it grabbing something....like a rail switch....twisting the sled violently...where the rear mount would act more like a brake...

    I noticed that sled built by grip and rip for the cains quest race mounted them on the skis though....no more melted hyfax!
     
  7. radianguy

    radianguy TY 4 Stroke Guru

    I put a set of tunnel mounted ice scratchers on my XTX, they worked great last spring.
     
  8. Crewchief47

    Crewchief47 Moderator Staff Member Moderator Vendor Lifetime VIP Member VIP Member

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  9. grumpysanta

    grumpysanta TY 4 Stroke Guru

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    i put rsi ;s on the rails on xtx with NO HOLES DRILLED
     

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  10. grumpysanta

    grumpysanta TY 4 Stroke Guru

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    CHECK THESE OUT , ski mount reversible,,, SKI-Z ,,,TRY GOOGLE
     
  11. grumpysanta

    grumpysanta TY 4 Stroke Guru

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    WWW. BETWEEN THE LINE DESIGNS
     
  12. rough rider

    rough rider TY 4 Stroke Guru

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    I also put the kimpex tunnel mount on xtx, i redrilled the mounting hole to reduce the tension of spring ,they worked great, only put about 60 miles on them and then the snow got soft, but they worked super
     
  13. Cherry08

    Cherry08 Veteran

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    I was looking at this set up does it still provide enough help sitting all that way back?
     
  14. kkraus

    kkraus TY 4 Stroke Master

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    I took off my scratchers after I put on my Dupont Hyfax. The scratchers were a pain in the arse! Just my 2 cents!
     
  15. grumpysanta

    grumpysanta TY 4 Stroke Guru

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    yes it fills up the suspension and throws it to the front , i have run them on hard as rock trails and worked good to see full effect ride thru some mud or sand and see how it fills up on top of the snow , just atest not recommended , so pick them up if you have to ride down a muddy trail.
     
  16. Snowman871

    Snowman871 Newbie

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    I've got scratchers mounted to the bottom of the footwells. Little bit of the PITA after you run them over... :eek: I need to bend them back for next year.

    Like mentioned above it can suck to put them back up or pull them down if the holders are iced up. I might change my holders for next year but I carry an ice mallet anyway, it fits in well with the tow rope for my buddies sleds :-o
     

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