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I just purchased my first sled and I want to Know how far I have to drive to ride it.
by the way i got a 1998 zr 600 efi le (green on green)[:D][attachment=51004].
what do you think.
 

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Nice sled, looks clean.
 

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How much did you pay for it?
 

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wow that looks really clean....and fast it looks like youre ready to ride it to. good luck with it and have a blast!
 

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I wouldn't think you'd have to drive far living in MN. oh and that's a really good lookin ZR you have there. Have fun on it this winter and get some pics up of it in the snow, when you get a chance.
 

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I paid 1600. its a clean machine. I've been looking for some snowmobile glove for a descent price that keeps you hands warm, I have a problem with frozen fingers? does anybody have any suggestions. thanks for the complements.
 

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Originally posted by rev500ss
[br]I wouldn't think you'd have to drive far living in MN. oh and that's a really good lookin ZR you have there. Have fun on it this winter and get some pics up of it in the snow, when you get a chance.
As of today we here in MN just broke a state record for LACK of snow that was set in 1974 (0.5 inches) "officially" we now have 0.3 inches with NONE forcast for the week!! [V]
 

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what i usually do sometimes if my fingers are getting cold is i have a pair of brown cotton gloves( the thin kind) i put on under my good gloves. this helps me every time along with my handle bar heaters.[:)]
Originally posted by dbldibbo
[br]I paid 1600. its a clean machine. I've been looking for some snowmobile glove for a descent price that keeps you hands warm, I have a problem with frozen fingers? does anybody have any suggestions. thanks for the complements.
 

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if you have cold fingers just turn on the handwarmers!! you'd be surprised how good they warm up your hands.
i just got a pair of the leather riders choice gloves for christmas and they are very nice gloves. don't know if i'll ever get to use them this winter with no snow... this is pathetic.
 
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