Snowmobile Thread

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  1. bonechollector

    bonechollector GMFS Member

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    Yeah I'm close to 99blaze even if we don't get snow this year it's ny we will get it next year . I would use the hell out of it with ice fishing and trails . I'm hesitant to buy used because ppl don't take care of there shit I can gave a new one payed for in 2-3 years and I know who did the work and what happened to it
     
  2. 99blaze

    99blaze GMFS Member

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    Tug hill usually has tons of snow. Around an hour drive depending where I go. Not bad at all

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    Yeah think it's a 1 1/2 for me
     
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    Sounds about right i got some trails in Deerfield too. That's only 20 mins

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    We got the 104 trails
     
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    Going to look at a sled Saturday hopefully buying it
     
  7. 2LoNoma

    2LoNoma Bla*k *n Bla*k

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    just picked this up, can't wait to braaap and go snowboarding backcountry with it
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    I'll have to get some real pictures up, but back in January my wife and I picked up some sleds and a trailer. Mine a 2005 Ski Doo MXZX 800 and hers a 2009 Ski Doo Renegade 600 etec. Back in May I traded mine + cash for a 2015 Renegade 800 X package. Stock photo below. I'm having the stock, studless 1.25" track replaced with the 1.6" Ice Cobra from Camoplast this weekend. I cannot wait for snow.

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    2LoNoma Bla*k *n Bla*k

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    1.6 track??? IS that for flatlanding only? 3.0 track here or bust! That orange looks sick tho!
     
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    Yeah I ride in very northern New Hampshire. 80 or 90% trail. The 1.6" should do well for when I go off trail, which I hope to do more of, snow fall dependant. But no big mountains with feet of powder here to warrant a real long track with big lugs.
     
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    that's one heavy bitch
     

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