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wyndyrider 11-12-2011 04:22 PM

length of hyfax?
 
I want to change the hyfax on my 600LX w/128" track M10 suspension.I'm going to put the graphite hyfax on,Does anyone know what the hyfax length would be? Has anyone used hyperfax?

Rubi 11-12-2011 11:57 PM

Whenever I put hyfax on my 121" skid, I cut about 4 or 5 inches off the new slides. If you figure that a 128" has about 3 1/2" more rail, the regular hyfax for a 121" should definitely work. The only thing that might throw a monkeywrench in these calculations would be that an M10 might have longer rails than a traditional suspension (I don't know, do they?) If you want to be safe, just measure what's on there now. If you want to be super safe just pay a few more bucks for 136" hyfax and cut off what you don't need.

Although aftermarket mod addicts like GotMud have been tempted by the amazing claims about hyperfax, the general consensus about hyperfax on this forum is that it is more economical to just change out cheap, regular hyfax a couple times.

wyndyrider 11-13-2011 03:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wyndyrider (Post 115873)
I want to change the hyfax on my 600LX w/128" track M10 suspension.I'm going to put the graphite hyfax on,Does anyone know what the hyfax length would be? Has anyone used hyperfax?

Thanks for the get back Rubi,I went out in the garage and measured the hyfax,47",I found some on shade tree @ $22.95 ea. considering the low miles on the sled I'm going to wait,I have some graphite in a rattlecan I might try.I'm looking at the optional projector light,goes in the center between the headlights,goes on with the high beam lights, we'll see.I put on a polaris 20" windshield,iridium plugs and mirrors last year.My buddies tell me the sled isn't broke in yet,(349mi) I want to put on some miles this year.....Thanks again!


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