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I went to my first watercross races today. I have never seen anything like it before. It's amazing how you can race and take turns with a machine that doesn't float. Towards the end of the night they brought out a jump that was about 6 ft. tall that they were jumping off. A few of the guys sank on the landing, but a lot of racers rode off with it after doing tricks too. What an experience.
 

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i never been to a watercross...but i heard in a few states they banded it because of all the hazards...but sounds like fun

Duct tape the only real solution
 

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This is the closest I've ever gotten.




And a few more here:

http://www.snowmobilefanatics.com/polarisman/topic.asp?ARCHIVE=&TOPIC_ID=2361

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I am pretty sure 377safari is saying crossing that little puddle is pussy. Taking a picture of that is even worse, and posting that on the forum is ridiculous. The topic is about watercross, not puddle/rock cross. The tool in the pic is on the bottom and going really slow, you can tell by all the water spraying in front of the sled.
 

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Are you saying that he is driving through the water instead of over it. lol

Still a cool pic.

But yea I think we can all see that he's not on top. Still more water than I have been on or in. I think that would be a good way to get all the salt of your sled before storage though.
 

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ripperd2- sorry about the typos, I changed the 'g' to an 's' for you.

This is what I would consider watercross, and this is not even that huge. The lake froze in a lot the night before I ran it. /snofan/../images/users/xtremepolaris2/skipping2pic.jpg
 

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He said he wasn't water-crossing.

>This is the closest I've ever gotten.

And you didn't proofread still...

>....The tool in the pic......

I don't mean to be an ass, but it makes it much easier to read ;-)

-Dean
 

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is proofread spelt like PROOFREAD OR PROOF-READ you spelt is both ways now I cant understand it. My point is, as long as you get the idea who gives an ess?
 
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