So… I have 2 older Polaris 2-up snowmobiles I purchased a couple years ago. I have a 1996 XLT Touring 600 Triple that is giving me some suspension tension. The end of the Torsion springs are bottoming out to the point that they are hitting the Bolt head and the nut on the other end of the 11” suspension bolt. I replaced this with new bolt/nut in the begging of last riding season and as you can see in the pics its smashed down again. Torsion Sprint is up on High putting it on low or Medium makes no difference they don’t seem to be bent or Broke they look the same as the ones on 1999 Classic Touring sled. There are 2 shocks in the rear the one is the front is spun all the way up. The one is the rear does not have an adjustment screw. (note* the 99 classic has adjustable shocks on both track ones) This 96 sled has higher ride high than the 99 classic and does spring back when you push the suspension down. But when I sit on the sled it goes down easy and is to the point that it hurts to ride it bottoms out so much on groomed trails. I have been researching this issue and getting mixed signals, if I spend the money to replace both the rear shocks will this solve my issue? I weigh around 230 but this is a 2-up sled it should be able to hold me with a passenger like the 99 does. Other than this suspension issue this sled runs like a champ for its age. Mention I am Newer to snowmobiles I have been riding and working on ATV’s most of my life but I have found my way around the sleds pretty well.