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Hey guys i was wondering about a good dicth banging sled and thought about the mach 1 or mach z i kinda like the looks of a 1998 mach 1 and really don't know about the mach z. But tell me what you think is a good older sled for dicth banging.
 

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Ya i don't want something that is to heavy.
 

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way to heavy for ditch banging. there more of a lake sled then powder.
 

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Those are both muscle sleds meant for lakes and trails...not something light and nimble that is usually required in a ditchbanger.
 

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So what would be a good older one.
 

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The old F chassis and CK3 chassis sleds are tanks! But the F chassis is the easiest sled to sidehill ever made. They pull over so nice and they have the power to do everything you want it to do ditchbanging. A lot of people still take those things build the motors and longtrack the hell out of them and still ride um up here in the mountains. Dont let the weight scare you away, even though way back in the day we where the heaviest sled by far we still dominated the hill. Should be fine for ditchbanging. Plus the old 670s where rotary valve motors and with the right guy tuning them they could be very very snapy.
 
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