Empire087 said:you can negotiate, remember he called you so if you dont feel like adding all 900 im sure you could wheel and deal.
He IS putting the $900 up. In my opinion it would be a nice trade but then again, you know how well your sled has been taken care of, you don't know about his. Be sure to look everything over REAL good before you commit. Also try and see if you can get $1100+ from him, might not work but you might be able to get some more[thumb] Oh and F7's are FAST! but not as great in deep snow due to trenching (it has a 13.5 inch track instead of a 15 but also its 128" instead of 121") but with a bigger paddle track it does fairly good especially because it is relatively light. In my opinion it is a good trail sled but other would disagree, it guess it just depends on how you ride, i ride fast but i am also young so i can take more bumps that someone older could (suspension is more for jumps and such than trails but still works well on trail). In the end it is up to you but it is better stock that the apex (just my opinion now) and with the $900 you could add skis, a nicer track and still have some left over so overall, i would jump on it!sledcrusher said:If prices are anything like they are here I'd tell him to put the crack pipe down. Around here Apex's sell for ( on average ) a grand more than an equal mile F7 EFI. I've seen apex's for anywhere from 4800 to 6800. There's a guy selling an 06' F7 on craigslist that comes with a one week vacation in the winter in a house off the trail system and is only asking $4200. If anything he should be putting money on top.