I have 3 machines, but there all trail sleds. there's nothing even close to me that I need more than a 137" for. So 1 for me, 1 for the wife and 1 for my son. Got a 2020 on order so the oldest sled in my fleet is for sale if anyone is interested. 2006 GSX 550 fan, mirrors, reverse, electric start. I think it has about 2900 miles on it. looking for 2500.00
I have a 2014 ZR 5000(wife's sled) a 2013 TZ1 boosted Turbo for when I want to go fast or take the wife two up with me, and a 2015 XF 8000 for fast trail riding and some off trail. Without a doubt, the turbo gets the nod for long trail rides in Quebec and multi day trips here in Maine.
I’m a fan of having two sleds. It’s helps take away the sting of trading after one year by keeping a sled longer. It also eliminates any concern of a sled failure ruining a weekend for me or guys in my crew. I’ll be going back to two sleds this winter with a snow check on the way.
Currently 4 - have to have a backup. Last year I had one go down in the middle of a 10 day trip. Next day, hopped on the other and the trip continued.
2018 XCR Switchback
2016 Pro-S Switchback (had 2, the other went down)
2008 700 Switchback
And a not going to be ridden much 1993 XCR 440
Anyone recognize this model of Salsbury clutch? I've had it forever, and I'm fairly sure it was on a Kawi 440 engine that was in a 72 Puma I had.
I can fine lots of other Salsbury info, brochures, etc, but nothing on this one.
It has a keyless taper.
My almost 13 year old wants a quad and is a beginner. He has been riding CRF70 but doesn't like it with the amount of deep sand that we have. What is a good quad choice? The state recommends 90cc for under 16 but they are all physically to small. I don't want anything to fast. I am...
Ok all have a 4 yr old grandchild that loves the outdoors and being with us. He has seen our sleds and is very curious. He has an electric tractor he runs the wheels off of and a bicycle the training wheels still on but are up. What would be a good first sled? A kitty Kay? A 120? He is tall for...
Some of you know I've been working in the industry for a few years now. I have a job now that I will be starting that has nothing to do with snowmobiles or any powersports and I'm happy as ever. Snowmobiling was always my life long family and personal hobby. I went to school and got a 4 year...
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