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Hello All,

I've found a blister on my '98 Ultra's track. It seems to be full of ice, and sounds pretty rough as it passes by the sprocket.

It's the original track, it's got 96 Woody's push-throughs, and around 7000 miles on it.

Should I cut the blister off or what? Any suggestions?


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hmm, I've never seen NE thing like that. maybe poke a hole in it and heat it slightly to see if there is water in there?

I dunno.
 

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Well, I've got the sled thawed out, and this blister is still standing about 3/8" tall.

It seems to have drained completely. It was quite firm before, but now it's only got air inside.

I don't think I'm going to do anything to it right now, but seeing how quickly the water drained out of it, I'm sure it will fill up again before long!
 
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