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pdogg just go ahead and buy it your kids would love it but ya might have some explaing to do wit the wife........just wonderin who makes the track conversion kits for those

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It would end up just like everything else cool I buy the wife would take it for her own. And I'd end up back on the old Rancher!!!

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i believe that they are made by mattracks out of somewhere in northern mn just go t mattracks.com i believe but they are kind of expensive

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dtro, nice sled, I have the 550 Sport touring and it gets me every where I need to go. What river are you stoped at? Is that the croix?

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dtro, nice sled, I have the 550 Sport touring and it gets me every where I need to go. What river are you stoped at? Is that the croix?

That's the Minnesota river, just upstream from Jordan

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This was my first ice ride

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I thought that I saw a video with a hovercraft like this and a trailer that worked the same as a fish house frame does. The frame dropped down and then you drive away leaving the craft ready to use. Was that your video?

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Nothing fancy 95 Indy. I have added a custom rack on the back to carry 20lb propane and bucket.

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I'm glad I bought a two up sled. Seems to be the hot ticket.

To bad I tipped it over and broke my leg the second time I took it out. DOH!

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