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25 minutes ago, irishfield said:

NICE.. but that seat... no "buddy" rides there! :D:D

Just strap me to the back Wayne, not like I could see where we were going anyway! LOL

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Congrats on finding such a great machine! Only a matter of time before your tremendous imagination kicks in and some enhancements/'modifications'/additions happen re ice/snow be danged!  

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On 10/9/2020 at 3:04 PM, irishfield said:

NICE.. but that seat... no "buddy" rides there! :D:D

When you fish after 10 am Wayne, there are no buddy riders. LOL

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3 hours ago, Terry said:


This is a mock up of what I’m doing with a big box and auger on top of it and still room for two to sit 

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Make sure that auger is secure, or you might end up with a head ache. 😉😄

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Nice design for flat land but my experience is uneven bumps like at pressure cracks and going off the lake can tip a ride over pretty easy. Once even cracked a rib rolling off after tipping going over a snowbank on a slight angle on a northern access road. Even ruts on the lake from freezing/thawing vehicles can cause tippy conditions.

Is a tow sled out of the question? IMHO try going long and flat rather than high to keep a low center of gravity. Two story snowmobiles aren't that common maybe for the above reasons.

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I hear what you are saying but for 10 years I had it sideways on a skidoo and never had a tipping problem so I think it will be fine. Time will tell

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Nice rig Terry. I'm looking for one too. Hard to find. That's a beauty! I wish yamaha still made 2 stroke fans. My 2000 venture 500 is awesome, and bullet proof! 

 

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