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1994 v max 600 track installation

Just wondering how do i install a track on a v max 6oo skidoo.Need answer for the tension, distance, i need all the info i can get. I never put a track on before. Any help would be great
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Scott called my brother and he talked him through it so i don't know how it was done.
Thanks for trying

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