I used to have a 99 Powder Special 700 with a 136/2.0 lugs as a second sled, but sold it for a lot last year considering what it was, someone local really liked it. Think I got like $1500 out of it... anyways I miss it though, was fun to have a different machine. Still debating on whether I should trade in my F, or keep it and pickup a nice crossover. I can store and fit two machines in my 7X16 enclosed.
Selling the 10. 7000+ miles on it, compression is still factory, sled is very clean. Studded. 121 skid. Has a blue/white/silver/black wrap on it (geometric design, not girley looking)
Newer rebuilt shocks
Tunnel bag included
4th wheel kit
HCS snow flap in blue/black
Pm if interested
Would make awesome drag sled. She is still very fast, runs great. Electric start, reverse yada yada
Pretty sure the OP means different sleds for different types of riding. Like back in the day, lots of people had a trail sled and a lake race sled. Nowadays, like the OP, if they own two for different purposes, it is a trail sled and a Mountain sled.
I do this every year and guys ride me about it but I like to track what a season costs me for just shits and giggles. Trips cost only no insurances permits licence etc just trip costs.
Diesel fuel $742
Sled fuel $814
Food and drink $1022
Bridge tolls $82
Cottage booze $257...
I have a 2015 polaris indy 600. One of the pistons got damaged and these are the pics. I am replacing the top end but wonder why this happened? I dont want it to happen again. Should I check something? So what do you think my looking at the pistons happened? Thanks. The side that broke...
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