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Thread: First Snow... The ATV's are ready for winter.

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    Default First Snow... The ATV's are ready for winter.

    All set for the lake snows!!
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    Have any sleds? I have 4 Polaris sleds and 3 ATV"S--enough for the family to all play together!
    Love plowing snow with my Polaris ATV, being out in the weather is a great feeling!

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    Cat 941B, Cat D2 4U, Cat D3B, Cat D4 7U, Cat D6 9U

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    Thumbs up Snow

    I remember those snows! (Allegany/Olean)
    Now living on the West side of the Lakes has its perks. (less snow)
    But I miss not having it on the ground for the duration of the Cold Season!

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    No heat houser? Does it have a reversible fan?

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    As a matter of fact it does!!... But I doubt I'll spend that much time on it in the cold... But I sure hope we get enough to play a little without tearing the place up too much. I think drift busting on a D8 is great fun. Best snowmobile you can have!! Man I can remember some deep snows we dealt with on train wrecks.. !!!. You stayed cleaner in the winter, thats for sure.

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    Good! make sure they turn, if they dont get turned often they tend to seize up. I turn mine often due to leaves and chaff buildup. If there oily or gummed up use carb or brake cleaner to clean them. Ya the snow can shine the tracks too. Also if you run it in really cold temps let her warm up for good while, those direct drives get stiff and want to crawl, you could also drain the 30W out and put 10W hyd in also, depends on how much you'll use it though.
    Last edited by Rome K/G; 11-12-2017 at 12:44 PM.

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