AXYS SKS 155
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Polaris has utilized nearly all the new features of the Pro-RMK in the new AXYS Snow King Special (SKS) but it uses chaincase drive instead of QuickDrive.
This new-from-the-snow-up model is available with a 155-inch track and has the complete AXYS bulkhead with the lower mounted 800 HO, new brake, new front end and rationalized 2016 skidframe.
It uses a set of Walker-Evans clicker gas piggybacks up front and has four extra idler wheels in the skidframe to assist with icy or hard-packed snow conditions. It offers the same 39-41-inch adjustable ski stance as the Pro-RMK.
The SKS is available with choices of Series 5 (2.4-inch lug), Series 6 (2.6) or a Peak 155-incher (2.25). This sled also uses an extra bulkhead cooler up front to assist with marginal snow conditions.
RMK ASSAULT 155
Powered by the 800 HO, and using all the new AXYS chassis features of the new Pro-RMK, the RMK Assault is as hardcore as it gets for freeriding and boondocking.
Equipped with a set of Walker Evans Needle clicker piggybacks up front and using a wider, adjustable ski- stance (41.5-43.5) than the RMK, the Assault can be ordered with a Series 6, Series 7 or a Peak track. It uses a chaincase instead of QuickDrive.
Early-order Snow Check customers will be able to order a wide selection of mountain-targeted upgrades for RMK models – everything ranging from track selection, to color choices to gauges.
Customization is an important part of the Polaris mountain ordering program and it provides owners the opportunity to have a completely individualized sled.