For independant suspension systems, they allow for transfer of force from the outside wheel to the oposing wheel to better equalize the suspension loads and maintain a more level body stance through a corner, in short, it helps remove body roll and thus the "pushing" feel through a corner. Think of a straight axle sliding and the body staying level through a corner. It's an independant system's attempt to do the same, but still maintain the Cadillac ride down the rest of the trail while the guy on the Raptor climbs off his bike after a full day of riding like an 80 yr old with arthritis... :yay:
TRX Tas, it looks like he sold his quad and was parting out the other stuff.
The maintenance on this, can you explain what you have to do? I see every 4 to 5 rides you are suppose to take it abotu and grease it, but everytime I call SONIC, they are not there. If you could tell how it is done, and simple/hard it is, I would be very interested.
parting out quad, and you just loosen a few bolts slide it out and grease it , its real simple, Andrew from sonic is away this week on vaca, and he builds a awesome product,and always helpful when i call for questions