WHAT WE LEARNED ABOUT OUR POLARIS IQ
Interestingly, we threw a set of Snow Trackers on our Turbo Switchback.
The sled really didn’t dart much and it turns-in very progressively and exhibits virtually no inside ski lift that isn’t ordered up by the rider.
The Snow Trackers performed about equally to Polaris’ dual skag skis on the LX Series of IQ’s.
These dual skag skis are a way-simple answer to the darting issue and work really well.
So did the Snow Trackers on a single carbide Polaris ski.
Look for Snow Tracker’s full-page ad in Supertrax Volume 19, #3 and visit snowtracker.com
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