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Tomas.

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About Tomas.

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  • Birthday 08/07/1991

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    Alberta

Snowmobile

  • Current Sled
    2008 Polaris Switchback Dragon 700, 2007 Arctic Cat Crossfire 600

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  1. When growing up in Ontario, I got it every year with out fail. I some how managed to get it in January when there was three feet of snow on the ground. From knees down it would blister and ooze for two or three weeks. I have also had it on my face where it swelled my eyes shut and had to take some heavy medication. Thankfully Alberta doesn't have that horrible trash. Unfortunately we have giant hogweed out here and that is pretty terrible, especially when you have dogs that don't understand to stay the fuck away from it lmao.
  2. Had this gem show up on my Facebook feed. Maybe you should get in contact with them Znutty.
  3. Thank you! I didn't end up seeing your comments till I was done lol. But did pretty much everything you said. According to the paper that came with the pistons, end gap is supposed to be 0.004" per inch of bore diameter. The example they gave was 0.012" for 3". The bore was 3.18". The end gap is 0.014". The I have the wrist pin clips openings facing down and off to the side a little to cover the opening in the piston to pop them out. I am a stickler when it comes to letting my stuff warm up. I won't touch the throttle on my sled till the gauge is showing 100°f. I even let my ca
  4. The cylinder with the "scuff" lines, you cannot feel them. They aren't on be just cosmetic.
  5. For reasons so convoluted and hard to explain, even I don't know why I am doing it for the most part, I am rebuilding a 700cfi. The reason it went down in the first place is a ring caught a port. That owner sold the whole sled to the guy I bought it off of. I bought the whole sled and took off what I wanted and was going to part it out. That was 3 years ago and well here I am. I have new Wiseco pistons, con rod needle bearings, used cylinders and used head, gaskets, ect. The engine has had the top end a part but sitting loosely together with no pistons on to help keep the dirt
  6. Need some help. So i have a '06 Silverado 1500 that needs a NP261LD transfer case. I found a unit out of an '03 1500 that has around 250,000kms on it. Buddy wants $200. I have also found another transfer case that was rebuilt by a local shop that has 35,000 kms on the rebuild. They want $400 but it is out of a '01 2500hd. So the splines are different. My question is, can I just swap the main shaft and run the NP261HD case or do I need get the NP261LD case?
  7. 3 gun or ipsc is where it is at if you own a handgun.
  8. I doubt the date is in the past lol
  9. He is not there either
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