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I just spoke to my Dealer. He is in Ontario Canada. He said that my FST should be shipping to him very soon, Even as soon as today. He would not lie to me because he is my Uncle. He is also VERY well informed.
 

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Originally posted by Bluetoy@Sep 20 2005, 10:06 AM
I just spoke to my Dealer. He is in Ontario Canada. He said that my FST should be shipping to him very soon, Even as soon as today. He would not lie to me because he is my Uncle. He is also VERY well informed.
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My sled was on display at an Open House last weekend, got a lot of nice compliments on the appearance, quality of build, features, rider position. I liked how good the red pinstripes and accents looked on the graphite metallic body.

I have had no problems with overheating or lack of top end or poor fuel economy. :div20:

It was built September 2.
 

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Originally posted by ExcursionPSD@Oct 16 2005, 11:15 PM
My sled was on display at an Open House last weekend, got a lot of nice compliments on the appearance, quality of build, features, rider position.  I liked how good the red pinstripes and accents looked on the graphite metallic body.

I have had no  problems with overheating or lack of top end or poor fuel economy.  :div20:

It was built September 2.
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Good to hear!! You've got snow??? I'm jealous.
 

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Originally posted by Bluetoy@Oct 17 2005, 05:00 PM
Good to hear!! You've got snow??? I'm jealous.
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Well, I never said I had any MILES on it.

But, if others with no miles, are trying to solve these BIG PROBLEMS, I guess I can report NO PROBLEMS.
 

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Originally posted by ExcursionPSD@Oct 17 2005, 06:44 PM
Well, I never said I had any MILES on it.

But, if others with no miles, are trying to solve these BIG PROBLEMS, I guess I can report NO PROBLEMS.
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Originally posted by ExcursionPSD@Oct 17 2005, 06:44 PM
Well, I never said I had any MILES on it.

But, if others with no miles, are trying to solve these BIG PROBLEMS, I guess I can report NO PROBLEMS.
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:smilielol: Good one
I am so jealous, wish i could afford to trade my old Frontier for one..maybe next year.
Can't wait to see and read about these FST's on the snow.
Hope you get that snow soon :celebrating:
 

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When studding the IQ Touring, keep in mind that there are NO bogie wheels that run over the center band of the track, only the rear idler wheel runs on the center band. This means there is less support than usual, especially out in the very middle of the band.

I would suggest that you keep the studs fairly close to the rail, but make sure the backer plate is at least 1/4" away from the window opening in the track.

I also wish you good luck in finding a place to carry your spare 3211099 belt. The 700 Touring mounts the belt clip on the cleanout door that allows access to the front of the radiator down in the bellypan. You definitely should carry a spare belt, it is a shorter belt than the other Polaris sleds use, it is only used by FS/FST powered sleds.
 
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