This is a discussion on What’s everyone riding nowadays? within the General forums, part of the Snowmobiles category; Originally Posted by whitexc The king has had a good life!!! Like they've said for thousands of years...it's great to be King! Sent from a ..."); }
2016 Polaris Pro-RMK 800 163"
1998 Arctic Cat ZR 600 EFI "Custom"
1996 Ski-Doo Formula III 600
A mountain lion roaming the prairie found a bull, killed it and ate the entire bull. With a heavy belly, unable to walk, the lion laid in the tall grass moaning and roaring. Soon a hunter, attracted by the roaring, shot and killed the lion.
Moral: When you're full of bull, keep your mouth shut!
Was the dealers personal sled .Had 706 miles on it when I picked it up Jan7 2020
Has 2462 now.
33 degrees F right now and misting.
Last night forecast said we could get anywhere from 4 to 10 inches tonight.;
RMK King - Looks like a Scorpion TK in the picture, and possibly a Scorpion Whip as well. Fine assortment of sleds.
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-19 Pro RMK 850
-17 Switchback Assault 800
-00 XCR 800
-95 Storm 800
Days get shorter,snow gets deeper,life gets better.
My first sled that I bought new was a 1980 Scorpion Sting. My parents had a White 1973 Scorpion Super Stinger 440 just like the white one in your picture. First sled I ever drove. My parents also had a 1973 Super Stingerette. My parents also had a 1977 Whip 340, and my brother had a 1980 Whip just like the black whip in your picture. The Sting was the first sled my wife ever drove. Since them we have owned the following sleds:
1985 Polaris Indy 400
1993 Polaris Indy Sport and 1993 Polaris Indy 440
1995 Polaris XLT Touring
1997 Polaris Classic Touring
2002 Polaris Classic 550
2004 Polaris SuperSport
2006 Polaris FST Classic
2012 Polaris IQ Turbo LX