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Old January 6th, 2011, 10:38 PM   #61
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Not to bust your balls, because that is a sick sled, but where can you really put that thing to use in Michigan? I'm not a snowmobiler, but anytime I've ridden it's been just been flat groomed trails in MI, not exactly mountain sled territory. Are you allowed to wander anywhere on state land, or are you required to stick to designated trails?
we find places and we take journeys west to Wyoming, and CO to ride. Im headed to Wyoming in 13 days.
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Old January 10th, 2011, 04:26 PM   #62
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You need to post up a picture of that long track you keep talking about in the snow
you need to get your ass over here and get riding.i have heard excuses from you for 2 years now. my boss just came down from crossroad village and he said kalkaska and my house have the most snow.it has settled nice and we have snow on forcast for all week. so we will be riding sunday.
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Old January 10th, 2011, 04:27 PM   #63
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Not to bust your balls, because that is a sick sled, but where can you really put that thing to use in Michigan? I'm not a snowmobiler, but anytime I've ridden it's been just been flat groomed trails in MI, not exactly mountain sled territory. Are you allowed to wander anywhere on state land, or are you required to stick to designated trails?
yep you get off trail and a lot of places can be found in the U.P. that will get these sleds stuck. we ride our 120's in some spots that you are barried all day in.
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Old January 10th, 2011, 05:06 PM   #64
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tested out my old yamaha this weekend. new shocks. rebuilt secondary clutch, hyfax, ski skins, a whole bunch of suspension bushings. it has not rode this good in years.
the old 600's run good. turned 8600 miles saturday. conditions were not good though.
only got about 100 miles. i tested out both my old junkers, and was happy with both of them.
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