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Picked up my new sled today. I think the positioning of the sun made the pictures kinda orange. I also took the pics with my phone. Meh.

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congrats! Did you upgrade to a bigger lug on the track? Pics kinda look like you did.
 

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I can't wait to get a feel of the rear suspension too, I've never ridden a Rush... Bought this based on reviews and my inability to not have the best of the best [:D].

The track is the normal 121 X 15 X 1.25" Ripsaw.
 

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Polaris-Man said:
I can't wait to get a feel of the rear suspension too, I've never ridden a Rush... Bought this based on reviews and my inability to not have the best of the best [:D].

The track is the normal 121 X 15 X 1.25" Ripsaw.
I would like to see the diff between urs and mine. I love my susp dont got me wrong but that setup on urs has to be like ridin on air, thanks for makin me super envious over this lol have fun on her and keep her track side down man
 

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Nice lookin sled Dude[:)] But as I see it, there will be one major problem you will have to deal with! You are to dam tall to properly fit that ride[:I]. Because of this I would like to volunteer to really give that sled a true workout and ride report when you bring it down to Isabella this year. I do not think this will take more than 2 or 3 days to give you a proper evaluation of it's ride but I will glady sacrifice the ride time on my own sled. After all, what are riding friends for[:D]
 

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Scott, I think for the Isabella trip this year I'll just bring my Switchback so I don't have to deal with everyone trying to ride/steal my sled... [:D]

I'll get some "under hood" pictures of it, maybe tomorrow, except for the fact that it technically doesn't have an open-able hood. You can open the side panels but to remove the hood you have to un-screw stuff and I don't wanna... haha.

I didn't cruise around with it at all, I haven't even started it. I don't even know if there is gas in it or not. I don't wanna fill it up yet since riding is still probably about 3 months away and I don't want the gas to go stale.
 

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Polaris-Man said:
Scott, I think for the Isabella trip this year I'll just bring my Switchback so I don't have to deal with everyone trying to ride/steal my sled... [:D]
I'll have my switchback assault for the isabella trip [thumb]
 

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MX86 said:
Polaris-Man said:
Scott, I think for the Isabella trip this year I'll just bring my Switchback so I don't have to deal with everyone trying to ride/steal my sled... [:D]
I'll have my switchback assault for the isabella trip [thumb]
EDIT: Excuse mw MX86, that sled is my sled[thumb]



Polaris-Man said:
Picked up my new sled today. I think the positioning of the sun made the pictures kinda orange. I also took the pics with my phone. Meh.

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Hope you can get your knees under the bars PM
 
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