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Old 03-01-2004, 06:33 PM
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Thats why I don't stud Traviss, 8000 miles before the clips came off. I run the track 3 in from the slides
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Old 03-01-2004, 06:34 PM
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howd you take that pic
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Nobody invited me. sniff, sniff.
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Traviss...don't talk about the ditch pickle action shots. I was 7ft in a ravine in a river up to my calf when a nice jump turned into a huge hole. No damage but to my ego and next year it is a Ski Doo REV if I have to steal one. I have 10,000 miles on the t cat and it is all new underneath but those REVs are like a caddy on pavement I will own one or I won't ride again.

Long as your still alive, thats all that matters My buddie runs rev 800ho renegade 136", 1.75" paddle track. He said it took a little to get use too, but loves it now, he rides only in canada, last month they had over 6ft of snow Big paddle track are hard on hyfax, he is on his 4th set in 1800 miles.

by the way.. sweet speedo pic
sweet pics bud! I love snow thats not brown

Ofcourse I am back in black Just need to dye the yellow in my seat
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howd you take that pic
took it like this This was early winter

Camera in left hand running wide open with one hand I had to follow in the footsteps of my mentor mitch
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Hey Cord, I wish you could have made it, it looked like it might rain but it didn't. I am pretty sure I told you but if I didn't you can kick my a$$. Now I feel bad. The year is not over so if you want another knee twister we can arrange it I took the pic like Traviss said, I was on a long, straight road with one hand on the gas and the other on the camera. It was easy since the road was plowed and smooth. That was only 7000 rpms, it will go to 9000 and that is about 120 and I am not taking a pic at that speed no matter what. Next year we will get more people, this is the inaugural year. I want to do it until I am bed ridden...then I'll put a motor on that too Hey, Chucks dad Joe was a great rider and a great guy to have along. He loves to talk and if you saw him you would think he was 45. You always wonder when people bring their dad but this guy could hang with anyone...even Chuck who has a death wish.
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mitch.. I was a the dealer today. they had the new brochures. Ski doo will have a 1000 SDI sled for 2005. they call it the "RT" chassis, but it looks identical to the rev. 165hp they claim.

here is a link for ya.

http://www.maximumsled.com/maximumsl...d=419&zoneid=3
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Heck yea! It only took me about 3 weeks to start walking right! I'm going to try for 5 next time! Give me a weeks, maybe two notice and I'll be there! I really, really enjoyed that trip.
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