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Snowmobile Parts in Southern Ontario - NF

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I know, I know its not snowmobile weather, but I was hoping to do some work on my machine while it was warm (for a change).

 

I'm looking to install a reverse kit on my 1993 Polaris Indy Trail 440. Anyone know of any used parts dealers/wreckers in Southern Ontario? Anywhere within 2 hours of the GTA would be perfect.

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How about JT's in New Lowell, 705-424-1691, about 20 minutes west of Barrie. Call Trevor.

 

That's him! I knew there ws a J and a T and I got it ass backwards!

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