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02Sled last won the day on December 27 2019

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About 02Sled

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  • Location
    Etobicoke / Port Severn
  • Main Riding Area
    Port Severn
  • Club
    Baxter Snowriders
  • Sled
    2015 Arctic Cat ZR 7000 El Tigre
  • Previous and/or Other Sleds
    2008 Arctic Cat Jag Z1 2004 Grand Touring<br /><br />
    Wife's sleds - 2002 Legend 600, 2004 Legend 1000 2015 Arctic Cat ZR 7000 El Tigre
  • 14/15 Mileage
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    Computers/technology, sledding, boating, fishing, horses
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  1. 02Sled

    Worker hurt removing bridge

    If I recall all floating bridges must be removed by a specific date... has to do with navigation so yes it is essential. As for building the understanding I have is that current residential projects already underway can continue. New projects are not to be started. Emergency repairs such as roof, windows etc. can be performed as well.
  2. 02Sled

    So... Any thoughts on the new CEO?

    It's because of the Quebec insurance laws, the limits of liability and so many other regulations that are different https://www.autotrader.ca/newsfeatures/20160315/car-insurance-differences-from-province-to-province/
  3. 02Sled

    Single axle hybrid trailers reviews

    Whenever you have a challenge with the carbides catching on the edge of the ramp whether it be where it meets the ground or in the gap between the trailer bed and the ramp a piece of the black plumbing drain pipe can solve the problem. If you're loading put the pipe at the edge of the ramp on the ground. Being round the carbide will run up and over then onto the ramp ski guides. Same thing with the gap. For me loading isn't a problem but when backing out the rear of the carbides tend to catch the front edge of the ramp at the gap. The pipe sitting in the gap prevents them from catching.
  4. 02Sled

    Stolen Sleds Recovered

    with the way our justice system seems to work these days I hope you're right but I bet they won't be locked up at all
  5. 02Sled

    Stolen Sleds Recovered

    it was $5,000 for each item... 3 counts - 1 for each sled and 1 for the trailer
  6. 02Sled

    Stolen Sleds Recovered

    Viktor Riha
  7. 02Sled

    Covid-19 Ends Snowmobile Season PLEASE READ

    It is true for your car or truck on a closed road... good question about the snowmobile on a closed trail.
  8. Apparently the turnout was great and there was a lot more snow from Six Mile Lake north than there was from there south. Three of us set out from Port Severn Amco and ran Little Lake as soon as we could but turned back at the intersection of C & 19 with lots of exposed rock and dirt visible. Two of the sleds were overheating. We had to stop 3 times to let them cool down and it just wasn't worth jeopardizing their engines.
  9. If you're out riding this weekend the club is having a BBQ on Saturday at the monument on C trail
  10. 02Sled

    Warning to you guys with "cans"

    X2 - never ran across an officer who wasn't professional.... I can see how if someone gives them attitude about being stopped and checked they may start checking everything and writing tickets when they find a violation that otherwise would have gotten a warning.
  11. 02Sled

    Honey Harbour Ice conditions?

    X2 - like the OPP keep saying No ice is safe ice... if you don't know don't go. Too much at stake. Often people see sled tracks and assume it's safe.... could be the tracks are from someone weighing 140 lbs on a 400 lb sled doing 80 kph. The 220 lb guy riding the 600 lb sled doing 40 kph says it's safe. See there's the tracks. Then he goes for a swim
  12. 02Sled

    Warning to you guys with "cans"

    law states it clearly
  13. 02Sled

    Warning to you guys with "cans"

    simple solution... follow the low and don't swap out your exhaust system. They have large signs posted in the area. The land owners are getting royally annoyed by cans and will close trails.
  14. 02Sled

    About time I bought a sled.

    Your helmets should have come with breath deflectors to address fogging. The alternative is a heated visor to replace the ones you have that plug into the sled and there is a spray you can get that helps
  15. 02Sled

    Are you getting the storm

    a dusting overnight in Toronto but snowing pretty good now. Hopefully the trails around G-Bay are getting some much needed snow.