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What is a good deal for the sled....under 500 miles in like new condition and a 2 sled tilt trailer? $1200?
 

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Those sleds are very valuable because they are perfect for grooming and work and are pretty rare. We have one that we payed quite a bit for and i know they sell for more than we paid. They are great machines. I would say atleast 1500 if it is in good shape.
 

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jglover, it Depends on what you plan on doing with this sled.
If you are expecting to run this sled as a normal trail-riding sled, not a good idea. Like stated above, this is a work sled, good for grooming trails and rescue/snow patrol on the ski slopes.

500 miles on the WideTrak isn't the same as 500 miles on trail/performance sleds. Can't say I've ever seen one listed with more than 2000 miles.

PolarisDominator, the WideTrak uses a 20" x 141" track. It has a gear box (not a chain case) that you can select between Hi range, low range, and reverse

Here is the 1997 model:
http://polarisman.com/site/DisplayModel.cfm?ModelID=97SNOINDYWIDETRAKGT&Year=1997
 

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Polaris_Parts_MN said:
jglover, it Depends on what you plan on doing with this sled.
If you are expecting to run this sled as a normal trail-riding sled, not a good idea. Like stated above, this is a work sled, good for grooming trails and rescue/snow patrol on the ski slopes.

500 miles on the WideTrak isn't the same as 500 miles on trail/performance sleds. Can't say I've ever seen one listed with more than 2000 miles.

PolarisDominator, the WideTrak uses a 20" x 141" track. It has a gear box (not a chain case) that you can select between Hi range, low range, and reverse

Here is the 1997 model:
http://polarisman.com/site/DisplayModel.cfm?ModelID=97SNOINDYWIDETRAKGT&Year=1997
That thing is pretty sweet lookin
 
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