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Hey erick or polaris-man could you guys put this pic on for your avatars? Here is the link for it.

http://www.snowconnection.com/Resources/Manufacturers/polaris2k/images/indytriumph.JPG

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TriumphoverU

Weatherman predicts a rain/snow mix for friday night here in michigan...could it be the first snow of the year???? wooo-hooo
 

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hey triumph, what weather channel you watchin? i havent heard anything about snow. i think you got it mixed up with alaska or something>lol
 

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Thanks a bunch erick...i was waiting for just the right pic and i finally found it.

Anyways XLT...it was Channel 9 in northern michigan...the Houghton Lake area that is calling for a rain/snow mix

im ready for it, too bad it wont stick around.
 

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What is an Indy Triumph? I went to the polaris page and could not find one. I do not want to seem ignorant or stupid, but I have not heared of one. This would be the 4 stroke model? or just some decal you applied?
 

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The indy triumph was a 0ne year only sled...polaris built in in 2000, with the XLT motor. 600 triple. It more or less is an XLT in a GEN II chassis, but it was renamed for 2000 and then axed from production the following year.
 

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here is a link that will give some more info about it... this is what polaris-man has got on his site...and looks to have came from the 2000 polaris snowmobile brochure.

http://www.geocities.com/polaris-man/2000sleds/2000triumph.htm
 

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Thanks I was real curious. I guess I was so into buying the machine I was into I just didn't pay much attention to the other machines that were not on my list for that year.
To be honest I was always a cat man until I rode the new polaris It was a fluke purchase now I would never go back. Cats are good and so are ski-doo, but nothing like the ride of a polaris for comfort.
We were at the cat / polaris dealer buying the cat 600 with moonglow paint was a nice machine. My wife was doing the papper work thing I was browsing. I liked the look of the 600 xc and sat down on it it was like a glove. Being a shorter guy it was not too wide and felt right. My brothers and friends 8 out of 10 ride polaris and love them. So I changed my mind and now I am truely happy with my purchase.

"Meaningless Ride"
 
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