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Old September 28th, 2013, 06:04 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by Mudking View Post
you can have it. just moved back from 12 years in san antonio texas. 110 degrees for 8 months at a time is not great either. and in the winter they still have short days. dont know about 3 hours though.

On halloween down there its like 95 degrees. sweat my ass off. the plus side is the girls are wearing less...

hows that formula treating you? I am eyeballing one that is for sale.
I ran the crap out of it last winter. Never gave me a problem. It came with the house I bought so I haven't had it but one season. I like it. I'm not a huge sledder and not really interested in the whole sled world so I don't need anything fancy. We like to tour trails and see stuff. It's plenty fast enough for me, quiet and has electric start and reverse. Full studded track also. It's comfortable enough to ride all day.
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