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Who has the most miles on their sled? I have 2000 miles on a 95 xlt. I know this isn't very much but was just curious as to how long sleds can really last.
 

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My 91' RXL has over 8,000 on it now. But both my parents sleds have more. My dad's 1997 Formula 583 has 13,000 on it and we just did his first rebuild. My mom's 1998 Formula 500 Deluxe has 9,000 on it. 98% of that mileage is theirs though.
 

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I have 4,800 on 03' pro x 700, 8,000(half are race miles) on 97' xcr 440 (only 4400 on speedo), 2,200 on 98" indy 500, 7,800 on 87' sport 340.
 

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8559 last tiem i checked but its been wrapped around twice it has a new rear suspension on the back and has only been rebuilt once and when i tore it down this summer you could tell lol
 

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1998 700xc with 5,024 miles Our old PhazerII had 9,000 some miles when we sold it.
 

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I had a 90 Indy 500 wth 11,??? miles my dad bought it new and we never tore the motor apart. thoes things are bullet pruf. My 01 RMK has just over 4,000.
 

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I just sold a 99 MXZ 670 HO with 8650 miles.
 

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my 90 skidoo has about 32 or 3400 miles cant remember which i think its 3200 maybe little more top end still good normal ware on top end i hope. the 91 polaris dont know yet have looked yet and havent road it yet either still dont run. nick
 

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97 v-max 600 sx with 1520 miles on it. a 91 indy 500 with 5826 last time i checked and 3/4 of the miels on the indy 5 are from me
 

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Originally posted by mnlakes
[br]I break stuff ... who says that sled isn't rideabel. They don't have to be pretty to be rode.
Regardless of how it looks, I would imagine it being pretty hard to ride that sled, seeing as there is no engine in the engine bay and no skis on the spindles!!!

My 1996 Indy 500 has 6600 miles on it and still going strong. Dad's 91 Indy 500 has 8500 miles on it with a fresh rebuild last year. My old 83 Indy Trail has 4400 miles on it or so, although I haven't looked in a while.
 

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10500 on the 00 poo 70 and 11500 on the old poo 340
 

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Originally posted by chadd
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Originally posted by mnlakes
[br]I break stuff ... who says that sled isn't rideabel. They don't have to be pretty to be rode.
Regardless of how it looks, I would imagine it being pretty hard to ride that sled, seeing as there is no engine in the engine bay and no skis on the spindles!!!

My 1996 Indy 500 has 6600 miles on it and still going strong. Dad's 91 Indy 500 has 8500 miles on it with a fresh rebuild last year. My old 83 Indy Trail has 4400 miles on it or so, although I haven't looked in a while.

One of my friends used to have a '96 Indy 500 that his dad bought brand new, blew the FIRST belt(belt that was on the sled when it left the factory), at 6500 miles
 

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i blew the first belt on the indy 500 at 5500 miles nto to bad for a 91. i think the indy 500 is pretty much an industructable sled it sat outside for 3 months hopped on whipped some mold off the seat she started up on the third pull. lol
 

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a 93 indy 440 with 14 away from 6000 and a 89 with ????? the speedo broke and the number fell out so I just took it off.
 
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