Cathy, I've got a wildcat 700 and just got done droping the rear and mine had
"lower" holes in the front also. I droped them both. I haven't gotten snow to
ride it on yet but it sets nicly and my 93 owners manual says it's recomended
for "agressive" trail riding. It makes my older machine look like a higher
travel length in the rear too. Good luck
> Was wondering if it is ok to drop the rear bolt in the rear suspension
> to the bottom holes in the chassis. There is a drilled hole in the plate
> that is rivited to tunnel. I was hoping this would not throw off the
> geometry and cause front of track to rise off the snow.
> I was also wondering, why is it that all the Arctic Cats in Snow -Tech
> mag. have the front shocks mounted with stem down and both my Artic Cats
> are stem up?