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change to mountain ski and get 2" narrow ski stance.

 
    
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 24, 2013 2:44 am    Post subject: change to mountain ski and get 2" narrow ski stance. Reply with quote

Im getting the a-arms and tie rod from a apex mountain for my GT and was wondering about the adjustable ski stance, and as i see it there are the collar at the side of the mountain ski that gets moved to increase or decrease the width? i already have the mountain ski with its part for be on the spindle.

so if im correct i go from 42 to 40 with a-arms
and from 40-38 by moving collars at the mountain ski

Am im right?
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