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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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so lately ive been starting my ice auger and reving the snowmobile in the shed but it isnt cutting it anymore!! is it ok if i ride around if the grass is tall and wet just for alittle while??? but i dont think i can make another 140 days till winter!!!!!

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I'm with you on that one. Last year i bought a banshee to hold me over waiting for snow but i haven't touched it this year since spring. What kind of sled are you riding broken_line

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the mxz took a dump 2 years ago so i bout a cheap AC jag 340 witha 440 motor in it.. fan cooled.. ahh im like a smoker with out his ciggarets!!

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I put 2500 miles on last year before jan 15 and parked my sled until the end of march and rode on last time for the year and i wish it would not of got parked. I need to move out west so i can extened that into may or later.

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WOW thats a chunk of miles!!! i put on 800 on the jag and 200 on the old polaris charger just for fun ahh i cant wait!!

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Hay days is commin' soon. Sometimes that almost makes it worse. I don't ride there but it gets you thinking snow.

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dump some oil in the gas of your lawnmower. At least you'll be able to smell like you've been riding after you cut the grass. smile sweet perfume...

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i got to say we run my snowmoblie oil in are boat. so when its idle is smells like the sled. i love that smell.

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dude i ride my smowmobile on the grass and across the field all time. rippin across a plown cornfield in the falls at like 70 mph is a trip

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i try and ride it in taller grass so the skis dont touch the ground.. but its fun to see the looks on peoles faces when you go haulin arse through a harvested weat feild

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