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Mar. 14, 2012

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Ask the SnowMan: Your Questions Answered

Questions about suspension, bearing replacement, track repair, 2009 Nytro XTX handwarmers and more.

Nov. 13, 2009

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  • Indy Project Sled - Wide Front-End Kit

    Another Polaris accessory that I highly recommend. This kit will allow you to extend you ski stance to a little over 40 inches and includes "beefier" components, including a stiffer swaybar. When installed on older, narrower- stance Indys, it will yeild a

    Nov. 01, 2005
  • Indy Project Snowmobile - Rolling the Chaincase

    I decided to roll the case to give myself more clearance in the front of the tunnel in order to use a single, large tunnel cooler to reduce weight. As it turns out, for trail riding that single cooler is not adequate, so I had to scrap that plan.

    Nov. 01, 2005
  • Indy Project Sled - Lightweight Hood

    I installed a Body By Northstar lightweight hood after seeing their products at a display in Grantsburg Wisconsin last summer at the watercross there. I was really impressed by their quality and light weight but what sold me was the high-quality finish an

    Nov. 01, 2005
  • Indy Project Sled - Lightweight Steering Post

    Cost: $60 (US) Risks: Minor Benefits: Small weight saving Tools Required: Typical mechanic's toolkit Parts Required: Steering post Mechanical Skill Required: Average "shade tree" skills

    Nov. 01, 2005
  • Indy Project Sled - Low-Oil Warning Light

    I did this mod for a silly reason - the previous owner of my sled had installed an electric face shield and installed the control box on the instrument panel between the gauges. He ran the wire through one of the warning light cutouts and when I removed t

    Nov. 01, 2005

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Ask the SnowMan: Your Questions Answered

Questions about suspension, bearing replacement, track repair, 2009 Nytro XTX handwarmers and more.

Nov. 13, 2009

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Polaris Debuts 2011 Snowmobile Lineup

Continuing a tradition built on more than 55 years as the industry leader in snowmobile ride and handling, Polaris Industries Inc. unveiled its 2011 model line-up.

Mar. 22, 2010
  • 2010 Polaris Snowmobile Line Up

    There is no doubt that the RUSH is a big deal in the Polaris lineup, but don't make the mistake in assuming that the only thing Polaris is doing for 2010 is giving us a new trail weapon.

    Apr. 13, 2009
  • 2009 Mountain Snowmobiles Ride Impressions

    Our test riders favored the Ski-Doo Summit machines in both 600 and 800 engine sizes over other sleds we rode. Check out the full story of how the 2009 mountain sleds performed.

    Nov. 17, 2008
  • First Ride: 2009 600-Class Snowmobiles

    Getting the chance to ride is the best part of writing any vehicle review for, so check out what our test riders thought of the latest 600-class sleds.

    Oct. 28, 2008
  • Review: 2009 600-Class Trail Snowmobiles

    For 2009 the 600 class is as hot as ever with two new engines from Ski-Doo, chassis updates from Arctic Cat on their F-series, a new Dragon SP from Polaris, and suspension upgrades on the Nytro from Yamaha.

    Oct. 10, 2008

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