Thanks Likk, that's some of the opinions I'm looking for. I'm leaning towards the 144" now. We don't ride as fast around corners like we used to because of the week-end warriors on the trail now. I don't mind anyone riding hard, but so many now don't stay on their own side. Last Saturday we were on the railbed from Tupper to OldForge and the trail was 8' wide. We stopped when we met a group of sleds, and they never even slowed down, meeting us at 50-60 mph with less than a foot of space between the sleds :angry: . Sorry, got off the subject here a little .Originally posted by likkerpig@Mar 19 2003, 07:46 AM
My brothers 144" MC 800 fits just fine on my 8.5x10 sled bed. if it was enclosed, it still wouldn't be an issue. I'll guarantee you, the 144" track is the way to go. Granted, it won't rail around the corners, but the ride quality totally justifies the compromise in sharp cornering.
I'll second that. My F7 fits in my covered 10ft. trailer with barely enough room to close it while pushing the rear flap in. 144"...... my opinion is NO WAY.Originally posted by rob@Mar 19 2003, 07:42 AM
Man, I don't know.. My F7 fits in my 10 foot trailer with not much room to spare..