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Cat's gonna have to come up with a hell of a sled for me to
replace my F7 right away. :wub:

Well at least until 2005--my wife's sled will be too old by then
and she'll need a new one--therefore I'll have to buy a brand
new one! B)
 

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8K to 9K unless it is a F9. Than, I re-evalute my take on it.

I am assuming this in US dollars

PS... Some used the term "Wife" what is that?
 

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it sounds like a "wife" shoud be defined as:
1. a financial advisor that wont let you spend your cash
2. a person that says "sledding is dangerous" so i dont want you to go
3. a person no matter how hard you try to please she always wants more. And not "more" of the stuff u want to give to her.

:D :lol:


Im just joking around i dont know anything about the "wife"
 

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Originally posted by F7_Ditch_Jumper@Jan 9 2003, 07:45 PM
it sounds like a "wife" shoud be defined as:
1. a financial advisor that wont let you spend your cash
2. a person that says "sledding is dangerous" so i dont want you to go
3. a person no matter how hard you try to please she always wants more. And not "more" of the stuff u want to give to her.

:D :lol:


Im just joking around i dont know anything about the "wife"
Ditch Jumper, that is pretty close to the defination in "Webster"

thanks, needed the laugh
 

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I would spend up to $10,000 U.S. or $15,000 if it was light enough and had enough HP. I really the think the sled companies are missing the boat by not having a fully modded option. In Canada an F7 Sno-Pro is selling for about $10,000 CDN. I would love if Arctic Cat had a SNO-PRo Light Weight option, where you get the exact same chasis and suspension as that years 440 Sno-Pro, plus things like C8A pro Ski's, light weight exhaust, lightweight seat and a hole lot of titanium (springs, axles etc..)to keep it light. They always say weight is a function of cost. W'ell if the sled was 50-60 lbs lighter I could easily see myself paying another $5,000 cdn, as it would cost way more than that in After market parts. I think Arctic would find 15-25% of Sledders would as well for something so trick which means extra Dollars in their pocket.
 
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