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I purchased one for my son when he was 3. At that age the noise scared him and he wouldn't ride it but a year later it was a different story. We had a park across the street where I'd let him ride it

Got it for Christmas for me and my sister when I was a year and a half old. She went into some pricker bushes the first time she rode it so it was all mine after that. My parents still talk about me a

I grew up on Yamaha. The last sled we owned that was American was my dads Merc 440 (me on it).   My favorite sled where I really learned how to ride when I had enough meat on me to really start swingi

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12 hours ago, 2strokemerc said:

 

 

Nice job on the restoration! As I recall it was amazing those sleds moved forward because the track lugs were maybe a 1/4" LOL

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22 hours ago, Zambroski said:

I grew up on Yamaha. The last sled we owned that was American was my dads Merc 440 (me on it).   My favorite sled where I really learned how to ride when I had enough meat on me to really start swinging it around was a Yamaha Enticer.  The first sled I bought myself was a 1985 Phazer.  My dad told be when I got a job he'd co-sign for me.  The day I turned 15 I got a work permit and a job bagging groceries...the next day we were loading my new sled up.  My dad asked, "Wouldn't you rather start saving for a car?"  NOPE!!!! :ylsuper:

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Started out on enticer.

Phazer.   Was the first sled I bought on my own too.

Gun metal.

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1 hour ago, Mileage Psycho said:

 

Nice job on the restoration! As I recall it was amazing those sleds moved forward because the track lugs were maybe a 1/4" LOL

17" wide track and 22hp. Very rarely if ever did it spin the track. Floated pretty good but I did get stuck a couple times. Not good when you're 13 years old.NOS Viking track.jpg

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1 hour ago, Cold War said:

Started out on enticer.

Phazer.   Was the first sled I bought on my own too.

Gun metal.

Cool.  Did you turn yours into a jets ski in the woods too?  Break away shocks.  Very innovative.:lol:

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18 minutes ago, Zambroski said:

Cool.  Did you turn yours into a jets ski in the woods too?  Break away shocks.  Very innovative.:lol:

I promptly "modded" it.

Pipe, ripped the air box off , uni filters.

Blew it up on the lake after one season.

Lol.

Young and dumb.

 

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1972 polaris TX 340 free air.

went like hell, rode like shit.

I got the sled in a basket, put it all back together and painted it all up.

It looked pretty goood

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12 hours ago, HSR said:

Not my pic but this was my first sled 82 JD liquifire 440liquifire1.jpg

One of my buddies had one of those when I was a kid. Fast sled at the time :bc:

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