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    Thinking about snowmobiling, helps me deal with heat.

    The topic of snow machines is helping cope with this heat we are now dealing with. Thinking of snow, not wishing for it yet.
    Hay Days is a week & 1/2 a way & my new mountain sled should be arriving anytime now
    I know this isn't the for sale section, but .... if anyone is looking for a cheap sled I've 20 or so older leaf spring sleds in various condition. Good project for you and the kids to pass thru winter, now the time to get' em ready.

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    Any old Scorpions? 440 Liquifire?

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    No liquifires, 2 Scorpions-(1)79' TK is pretty decent shape other than the red is really faded. The other I bought with idea of long tracking it since it has a broken drive sprocket that split the track. All the early stuff I have is fan/free air.

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    If it runs and will make it a season, I'm interested. Post up some pics of your collection.

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    Should run, fuel was drained, put away dry. May have a mouse nest under the hood? As far as making it a season , that would be on you. Ive seen people ride and barely get it off the trailer. Sorry, don't know ya' so I can't vouch for your abilities. Not trying to insult you, but I think you get what I mean.

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    I meant, am I going to have to spend the 2 months of my life working on the thing prior to the season to get into working condition.

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    I wouldnt think even 2 weeks. Depends on how much third polishing. Tank & carbs should be clean/fine. Fuel lines are most likely need replacement. The rest is spit shinin. Its complete. $400

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    thinking about my car, helps me deal with the cold

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    Moving would take care of that, thank god its usually mild here in Ia.

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