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09 Polaris Assault primary weights

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Default 09 Polaris Assault primary weights

Just wondering if any of you guys happen to know what weights I need in my assault for 0-3000 feet?
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66 Gram or 10-66. I'm curious what differences 11-66 would be, I'm going to try some in mine.
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What is the difference between the 10-66 and the 11-66?
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Where the weight is. I believe the 11-66 has more weight on the tip. Yours would come with 10-66 at sea level though, as did mine.
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I bought it while we were out in Island Park so I need to put some flatland weights in it before heading to the yoop. If anybody has a set of 10-66 weights they want to sell shoot me a PM.
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Not that I don't trust Mud, but you might want to check that, I thought that I remembered MNSLEDNECKS running 70s.
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Wow 70s are huge for a Poo 800. You might be able to pull 68s but 66 is what the clutching recommendations are for sea level.

You may want to check the springs as well Gerbs. When I reclutched to ride 10-12K I had to do weights and both springs.
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Where the weight is. I believe the 11-66 has more weight on the tip. Yours would come with 10-66 at sea level though, as did mine.
http://www.hardcoresledder.com/forum...s-weights.html

http://www.hardcoresledder.com/forum...11-series.html

68gr dalton weights seem to be prefered for Gerb's assault
http://www.hardcoresledder.com/forum...clutching.html
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