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Old 02-24-2004, 11:03 AM
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Well you must run something other than an ARCTIC CAT, because if you did you would be smart enough to know how to spell "Arctic" The smart people buy the Arctic Cats.

As far as a Ski Doo tech, try Benoit out of Vermont. He can make them go fast for at least 660 feet (but may not run after that pass though)

to the comment on Arctic Cat..... I will have to take the credit for that being I am the one who did the typing.
and I somehow always forget the C in Arctic . Ron has been riding Arctic cats for years....

with you being on our Lake you would think that you would be less Cocky.

my comment to you is there is a description under pruder's avatar READ IT.....

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Old 02-24-2004, 11:21 AM
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hahahahahaha" Speel chek thees fokker"... or something like that...
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Old 02-24-2004, 02:57 PM
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to the comment on Arctic Cat..... I will have to take the credit for that being I am the one who did the typing.
and I somehow always forget the C in Arctic . Ron has been riding Arctic cats for years....

with you being on our Lake you would think that you would be less Cocky.

my comment to you is there is a description under pruder's avatar READ IT.....
Who was being cocky??

I believe the winks and smilies were in there.

Hmmm...

I wasn't the one to put down a brand first. I may own Arctic Cats, but I have ridden them all. They are all good, and the different brands only serve as bar room fodder for the guys (and girls obviously) to have fun with.

And as far as the comment under "Puders" picture (yes that is Puder not "Pruder") it looks like that could be a good resource for someone....


Traviss, on a serious note call Benoit (I think that is how he spells his last name). He really does know Ski Doos. He can answer all your questions you might have. I will get the number from my cousin.

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Union Bay
Havent used them myself but have heard good experiences form other

http://unionbayracing.com/skidoo.html
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OK you did put a and a so I'll give ya that one
as far as Puder maybe I did that one on purpose....

no I didn't I did spell it wrong

sorry about the Cocky comment:

stressed today and the smart enough kinda got me...

how is your boat search coming did you find anything? or did you sell yours?
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thanks guys..

I just got done painting my idler wheels, so they are black now too.. Just need to get the yellow out of the seat and snowflap, then it will be all black


Did I say ditch pickle.. i am sorry. See around here tow straps are called "cat leash's"
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