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Old 01-12-2004, 06:10 PM
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Well -36 is too freekin' cold to be doing anything...except snuggling under the covers.

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Old 01-12-2004, 07:03 PM
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Cord, I almost took a dive this weekend also. if it wern't for the paddle track and 172 hp I would have reported it stolen because I would never have seen it again. We were in -15 on Friday night and if you are traveling 50mph (too cold to go faster) it is -80 or so. I had pin hole air leaks that felt just like a pin. The sleds run like no tomorrow but you better be careful. I mix oil in the gas at these temps for a little extra. I would re jet but I love the pull and it gets warm fast. Put a new clutch on this weekend ant it is like a new sled now. Shane, I am still working on the trip. Hope to make it, there is good snow in Canada I hear.
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