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I have 2 trail touring (two-ups)that I keep around for kids to ride and play on. Last weekend we went riding in the mountains and one of the trail sleds had an issue. After taking a break we started to head out and the track would not move. The engine would rev up and the clutch would engage, but the track would not move, at all. We removed the belt and towed the sled back to the sno-park. The track never broke free and remained locked up all the way down the mountain. What caused this to happen??????
 

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Is it possible that it is just frozen with water? Sometimes after breaks I forget to pick up the rear end & slam it down a few times to free up the track.
 

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Look inside the tunnel above the track sound like you have a big hunk of ice in there. Try and turn the track backwards.
 

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Either a chunk of ice or a twig got jammed in the track. Sliders could also be melted to the track. Chaincase could have gotten water in it and frozen too.
 

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check to see if the hyfaxes aren't melted on the track clips
 
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