I got one and am very happy with it. No ring problems so far, and no signs of losing any compression (havent checked it this year yet.) The beaver tail can be an eyesore, but I havent had any actual problems at all.
Good sled all in all. Wait to get rings replaced unless you know your sled needs them, or are very good mechanically IMO. Otherwise, you're wasting money on somthing that might not be wrong with your sled.
Ski-doo paid for my rings @3800 this spring.-not a huge expense!I read at some posts that losing the beaver tail may cause heating problems!Left mine alone-is a pain in deep snow when it's stuck!Has anyone raised or added to the height of the seats, and risers?How has this worked out?
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