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  1. Remember all those jobs in solar we were going to have from the Windbag government.
  2. The gas station on the south end is Huron Bay Co-operative Inc. So it would be an FS gas bar. Access is from the trail on the South-West side of town with the trail spur leading to the curve on Cassidy St. You follow the street and cross Clinton St. and there you are. The restaurant is Boomers Cozy Restaurant at the corner of Clinton St, and James St. Parking on the snow pile on the East side of Clinton St. on the corner. Trail is on the East side of town, comes in by the fair grounds and west on James St. Thank goodness for Street View.
  3. Gas (PetroCan?) and food in Teeswater. Has from a trail on the west side and the restaurant was down town from a trail on the east side. Don't know the name. Parked on a huge snowbank on the corner down town.
  4. Anna Maes Resturant in Millbank has the trail run beside it.
  5. If you are looking for something legal in Quebec, go on Amazon and get a pair of replacement motorcycle mirrors. There are pairs that come with a split black cast aluminum handlebar mount. The mirror stalk screws into the mount. The mount clamps around standard 7/8" diameter bars. I mounted them just inside of the brake and throttle blocks. I believe the pair I bought for my sled was $20. Many styles to choose from. They all come from Wuhan. Since then, there are two more sleds in our group with the same Wuhan mirrors. The guy with the Doo won't put anything on his sled and h
  6. How does mid grade fuel just sit when there is no tank for mid grade fuel ?
  7. Why not replace the OEM relays from flux sealed to sonic welded sealed so they don't get moisture in them in the first place? Get them from Mouser dirt cheap about $4 each.
  8. Boy that is a good way to fill the bottom of the belly pan with ice and maybe even freeze up the steering linkage. I did that once with my 1975 Dodge Coronet and froze the thottle open. Again all these last minute cures can be eliminated if some time and very little money is invested. Like I said above, very few people will do this. Most new sled buyers spend an extra $1000 on a real windshield, spare belt, saddle bags, glove boxes, power outlets, etc and never deal with the simple fix to ensure the engine will start and not drain the battery trying. In the end, you mostly need
  9. I have a sure fire way to guarantee the engine will start without the usual tearing off of panels and using hair driers but it includes you having to dig down into the engine bay far enough to get to the bottom of the oil sump pan or the front or back side of the engine block. Most everyone on here would not do that. But they would rather piss away the time outside the hotel with hair driers, space heaters, boost boxes, and maybe even lighting a fire. They also say they have never had a problem either. I have witnessed a few. Even 800 2-strokes that they could not crank/pull. I learned a
  10. Where do you expect to be riding ? In the tropics of North Bay and warmer, or in the manly cold of the NCDN and parts east and west of that ? (-30C territory)
  11. In case one of you guys can't get your Turbo, I have a 2001 Thundercat in excellent condition that I may be convinced to part with for the right price. That ought to fulfil your need for speed.
  12. Trailered up to Timmins from rainy Suds three winters ago. Snow storm on the last half. I thought it was good road compared to the goat path it used to be. Happy for the snow too.
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