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    SW burbs Twin Cities

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    18 MXZ-X 850

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  1. I can't believe how nuts it is right now. Even dealers are asking crazy prices for holdovers. I just want to know if people are actually getting their asking price? I'm almost tempted to list my 850 and ride the 600 ACE for the winter. I just know at some point the pendulum is going to swing the other way and the ass end is going to drop out of the market. Probably next fall right when I plan to sell my 850, ordering a 23 this spring.
  2. https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/hnp/snw/d/duluth-1993-ski-doo-tundra/7382325587.html
  3. https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/ram/snw/d/saint-paul-2020-ski-doo-renegade-600/7382367756.html
  4. All my Doo snow checks have showed up in mid to late August.
  5. Last winter a guy had an 85 Bravo listed for 2K.
  6. With the market being so crazy due to COVID I thought it would be fun to share ads of over priced sleds. I'll start it off with this one: https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/hnp/snw/d/minnetonka-1987-polaris-indy-trail/7372540264.html In comparison a couple months ago a local guy had a relatively clean / garage kept 93 Indy Classic listed with an asking price of $400.
  7. Well, I learned a new word.... " handleable "....LOL
  8. On the bold, think what you want. There's no need for a new poll, the results are self evident. I could post links but there was at least 3 when I looked and it's only been out for one season. Doo's 600R has been out for 3.5 seasons and I haven't seen a single one blown up on DT. Go ahead and look, you won't find one.
  9. Doo & Poo pretty much tied in that poll and the riding dirty Cat kicked both of their asses. Now (especially in 2019 LOL) Doo has the advantage. I’ve been toying with the idea of trying out one of these newer / almost 700 class 600s. I haven’t seen a single post on DT about a 600R going down. A quick peek over on HCS and I found 3 or 4 650s that went down last year and others with issues like fouling spark plugs / not starting, c’mon it’s frickin 2021, not 1981.
  10. Well, since we're being honest - there's pros & cons to all of them. No one manufacturer is the best at everything. You have to pick the sled that's best for you. Based on sales numbers the majority of riders currently feel that Ski-Doo is the correct answer to your question. Why??? High quality & leading technology. (only OEM with DI, best riding rear skid, and industry leading 2S durability "as of late" not to mention excellent F&F & build quality) I will say the Polcats steer lighter & offer better lighting from the factory. Oh and yes look better in most cases if
  11. Well said. I'm in my mid-40s and every decade I can remember we had some good winters, some crappy winters, & some just ok winters. Take 1987 for example, we didn't get enough snow to ride down here once the entire winter. You're right, people forget all about the brown winters and just remember the good ones. Back in 07 I started buying into the hype and even considered ditching sleds for ATVs. It was the 6th crappy winter in a row, an Inconvenient Truth had just come out, and it rained on New Year's Eve - at night - up north. But just when I was ready to throw in the towel the next
  12. Now they're saying 12: (11 Marines & 1 Navy Medic)
  13. Here's a few favorites from last winter.
  14. Yeah, I got fucked up pretty bad by a cat a couple weeks ago. My wife has been volunteering at the humane society for a couple years now and we've done the foster thing several times. She just brought home this 2 year old cat rescued from the streets of Kuwait. It's been a month and it's still not getting along with / needs to be separated from our other 2 cats. I made the stupid mistake of picking it up when it was about to attack one of our other cats and it did this to me. House cats may be little cats but they're still cats and they can fuck you up pretty bad when it's an all out attack.
  15. Actually next to nothing, it works out to .00069444 RPM.
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