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ecarnell last won the day on December 30 2020

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  1. Would you not be better off buying a pair of good quality small jumper cables (for $80 less)? When have you ever had a battery fail to start and another sled or car near by (which 99% have batteries - unless mountain sleds, or older models) ? I would hate to carry it around worried about it being charged all the time….. unless cables can also be used for jump starting from another battery - which don’t appear they can???
  2. I’m “hopeful” after already a season of manufacturing “Covid” sleds - they will have figured it out for 2021/2022..... seems like the sea doos they maybe haven’t ? If sea doo’s are delayed til July /august , people won’t be too happy..... I have a low hrs 2018 300 rxt-x , and for a laugh, checked up on asking kijiji pricing.... crazy !!!! But if you need/want, people will pay a premium if supply low/demand high.
  3. I just hope they all come with shocks this year .....🤦‍♂️
  4. No one is forcing anyone to buy non essential play toys. Do you not agree pricing should be dictated by supply and demand? (I see travel trailers going for real cheap in 2-3 yrs, when we are back to “normal” and some return back to their normal ways that purchased large new models and get out of trailering with the family (and return to spending $’s on other forms of travel , ect). Should one refuse to pay an extremely low used price for these models due to the high inventory at dealers and a flooded used market - or would we be taking advantage of the situatio
  5. Nice ride back from Kap - Except A trail out of SR. a least this am you could skip across - tonight was a solid 30km of standing doing 50-60km/hr max
  6. We did loop - from cochrane up, then down east side to smoothrock. great except A trail out of smoothrock to cochrane.. Note:the A trail for 30km out of smoothrock was even WORSE this evening.
  7. Man - boy can my 13 year old ride! home sweet and sound (well to the thrift lodge at least) - 560.0km for the day!
  8. Back in Kap at 4:45pm for early small dinner of wings at Chucks . 410 km thus far. my son, I think , had the 900 ACE to the bar for a fair bit of the 40 km coming in and out of Hearst on A trail. think we are going to break up ride back to cochrane for some great Quebec style poutine in smoothrock(also know as “no groomers” or “bumpy ride”.) the A trail to Hearst was great, I softened up my front , and with the extra traffic ride back was awesome.
  9. Made it to Hearst for fuel - 282 km. now time to turn around !!!
  10. Just stopped for a soup and coffee in kap - 150 km from cochrane. chilly start in the am. First 40 km perfect, next 60 to moonbeam hadn’t been groomed in a while..... stuck.... moonbeam to kap perfect - except for the OPP stop. All good.
  11. Stayed in New liskeard last night then continued trailering to cochrane this am. parked at Thrift lodge (staying next two nights) and headed out up to do the abitibi loop. on the trail 10am ish after filling up sleds, gas caddy and 2 extra empty 4l jugs of oil with hi test - as was really worried abilitbi camp would be packed , potentially run out of fuel , and wasn’t wanting to stop in today (As cochrane is packed...) First 40 km out of town was a little bumpy for cochrane - but flat white carpet mostly after that. ice road still at 100cm! Saw two gr
  12. Yep.... 650 Vr1 137” and either an 850 assault or 850 XCR 136” (if assault can’t fit in trailer....)
  13. Tc11, 127” deck with couple extra inches for ski tips at front. Should “fit” if clearance for body/windshield
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