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    2015 900 Ace 2012 600 Ace
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  1. volunteer2

    Sudbury will survive the weather

    Was mild yesterday. All the new snow melted away. Trailered to Garson and rode north to moose loop and returned on the 56 After lunch lots of water and ride to the truck had lots of bare spots. Have to stay north Trailer to Capreol to launch from maybe. And as stated earlier scratchers really are necessary now
  2. volunteer2

    Sudbury will survive the weather

    Hey there Soup We are here now Rode the Wolf Loop and was all groomed Green on the guide and all was good We trailered to Skeed to launch but we expected that. Rode yesterday too and was decent enough from Chateau Guay to do a short ride when we arrived. Hats off to everyone here the riding is really good ( for being so far south LOL ) Not a lot of experience with this area but very happy we are here.
  3. volunteer2

    Sudbury was mint!

    We are studded but no scratchers I am hoping with the milder temps the trails will loosen up Royal is just down the road so may need to visit them LOL We are definetly going to be taking it easy Younger daughter is with us
  4. volunteer2

    Sudbury was mint!

    Thanks for post Looks good for sure Sleds and conditions We are heading up Mon early for a few days so hoping for the best Rain doesn't look as bad as earlier Even flurries now maybe . Looking forward to ride the loops too.
  5. volunteer2

    Sudbury will survive the weather

    Hey Soup thanks so much going to talk to the guys in the morning to make a plan
  6. volunteer2

    Sudbury will survive the weather

    Hey there Looks like we will come up on Mon the 26th We want to ride 2 1/2 days Any suggestions for accommodations ? Don't know the area at all so any help would be appreciated Pls thanks
  7. volunteer2

    Everything's legal..

    Was actually going to ask for info on the above. I agree that the sled trailer combined with your half ton pick up don't have a combined rating of 4500 kg so no sticker is required with this combination. If the truck has one it's only because of the heavier trailer being towed at another time. Never heard that all trailers being towed by stickered truck needs to be stickered. If this is the case I will be covering up my yellow sticker when I pull any of my lighter trailers.
  8. volunteer2

    Conditions Update

    Ya and apparently the asshats are on it with the pipes past an Old Order Mennonite church on a Sunday. That is what my buddy is really POed about. We all know they own a lot of land we are able to ride on FOR NOW!!!!
  9. volunteer2

    Conditions Update

    Talked with a volunteer and landowner from Mount Forest. He is majorly POed with the pipes. He is saying if there isn't a stop to them there probably will be more road running. Anyway, preaching to the choir here probably.
  10. volunteer2

    New groomers

    New groomer delivered to our Groomer Captains place on Fri. On the back haul moved the existing groomer to another club in our District.
  11. volunteer2

    Everything's legal..

    Yes You are golden I reread the MTO outline on the other thread The trailer needs to be weighed and determined if it's 2800 kg or not. You look like you're under so no need to bump up your RGW on the truck. The GVWR of the trailer is only needed for determining if the combined truck and trailer need a yellow sticker.
  12. volunteer2

    Everything's legal..

    With the stickers it is unlikely you get pulled over on your own. We have had random checks around here and everything gets looked at. Again, I agree plead stupid especially if personal.
  13. volunteer2

    Everything's legal..

    Yes I am commercial and licensed under 4500 I am very glad I bought a single axle trailer that transmits less than 2800 kg to the ground. Kept my registered weight low enough for no CVOR
  14. volunteer2

    Trailer Advice

    Buddy has a Suburban and 4 bed enclosed triton Yellow stickers on both
  15. volunteer2

    Everything's legal..

    Hey SJ From the way I understand it that is fine for the registration of the truck only. Now you need to add in the trailer. If it's an RV then no worries, nothing needs to change. If it is anything else you need to determine if it transmits more or less than 2800 kg to the ground. A tandem axel sled trailer will be greater than 2800 kg so you need to add the GVWR of the trailer to the tow vehicle then register it for that much. If it's personal no CVOR but if it's not personal then CVOR is needed.
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