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yea i plan to call avid and get opinions from the guys there

if they tell me i need the offset axle, then so be it. I just dont wont to cheap out and end up destroy track or any other parts on sled.


ill try to take pics and a how to of the build, so some of the newb's will have something to reference too.

ill probably bring sled over to my friend guys this week and start the tear down. Bryan, your more than welcome to come by. I think you still have that 650 motor there..
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not really there is about an inch difference. ha!
Yes there is about an inch difference lol, split that in half and it equates to another half inch below the rail lol. Ha Ha....
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