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2018 Assault Delivery possible

Name:Bill Stryker

Location:Maine/Maryland

Price:8900.00

Description: Showroom condition, 3900 miles (almost all in Maine) Several extras:Very rare Ice Cobra track, Electric start, PIDD with GPS, Ice Scrathers, RMK snowflap, Triplepoint Carbides, Heater visor plug, 12v plug. Sled is hauled in an enclosed trailer and garage kept. Cleaned after ever ride. Clutches and exhaust valves totally cleaned in off season. Not a single scratch, but one small crack on edge of hood. I would have to point out for it to be noticed. I will travel 3 hours in any direction to meet a buyer, or can deliver to anyone in Maine on my way up in early December. I have been notified that my new sled has arrived at the dealer, so I would be making this trip the 2nd week of Dec. and could deliver this sled anywhere along the way. I travel up I-81, across I-87, then through CT, MA and up I95 in Maine.
Additional Details:Email [email protected] if interested.

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nice sled and I like that shop dolly set up
makes life easier on the back I bet for a lot of things

best of luck selling !
 

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I put the stock windshield and hand guards back on, and removed the tunnel bag and handlebar bag, so I can drop the price to $9200.
 

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nice sled and I like that shop dolly set up
makes life easier on the back I bet for a lot of things

best of luck selling !
I want to know how you put a sled on that dolly in order to save your back working on it. Chain hoist?
Good luck with your sale.
 

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I drive them right from the trailer ramp onto the dolly. They never touch the floor or driveway. When loading, I roll the dolly over to the trailer ramp and drive on.
 

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I forgot to mention that I changed out the rear springs to the softer ones. Makes it ride more like an Rmotion sled in the bumps.
 

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I also forgot to list that this sled has Northstar Ricks clutch kit installed. If someone wants stock clutching put back in, I can do that and drop the price a few hundred.
 

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What studs you have in track? Name/brand type/size? Did you install tunnel protectors for these studs?
 

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Those are not traditional studs. Those are the lug studs that Camsu puts in the Ice Cobra and Ice Ripper tracks from the factory.
Oops didn't completely answer the question. They don't require tunnel protectors. I have had Ice Cobra tracks on 3 sleds, and Ice Rippers on 2 sleds. They give you all the traction you need in icy corners, crossing bare roads and trying to load your sleds on the trailer ramp. The upside it there is no drilling your track and not all the extra rotating weight. After 2 seasons, they are still sharp and the track looks like new. I'll never go back to the old traditional studs.
 

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I wan,t sure if you installed them or not......my track has the "hole" already, and was thinking of buying aftermarket screw in studs........do you have to install tunnel protection with these?
 

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My new sled has come in, so it looks like I will be making the trip to Northern Maine the 2nd week of Dec and can deliver this sled on the way up through PA, CT, MA, and Maine
 
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