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    Re: Unbiased Best Sled for under $10k

    Sell mine with or with out all acc



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    Re: Unbiased Best Sled for under $10k

    Quote Originally Posted by zulu19 View Post
    I am moving to Kelowna area so will be riding around there, not if that matters but figure there may be more steep and deep days compared to the Coquihalla and 10-k areas which I usually ride. I think it is down to a T3 15-16 in 163-174 or a 16 axys in 163 unless I can get a new one on holdover.
    Your moving to Kelowna and riding there. I've lived here and been riding here for years. Personally if that's your plan i wouldn't bother with any sled with a track over 155.
    Kelowna's club riding area and most popular riding area is Greystokes and it doesn't hold a candle to the Coquihalla summit and 10K. It's a good riding area's but sleds like T3's and 163, 174 are all over kill and the fun factor will be gone. The only place guys brag about hill climbs is the back side of Big White. There is virtually no real hills to climb otherwise, ok wrong 2 hill's one small hill and one a little bigger. It is a fantastic tree riding area with lots of meadows. Avy chances are bare minimal. Its a great family riding area.
    Also to add to that the big snow is short lived, season is long but mostly on set snow with marginal powder.
    On any make running around a 155 would be my #1 choice for Kelowna area...JMO

    My self i rarely ride that area, not my style.
    Last edited by Lund; January 31st, 2018 at 09:08 PM.

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    Re: Unbiased Best Sled for under $10k

    The new 2016 Cats are going for under $9000 brand new, cant go wrong with that price!!! Very reliable machine.

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    Re: Unbiased Best Sled for under $10k

    T3 hands down.

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    Re: Unbiased Best Sled for under $10k

    Quote Originally Posted by dwight3566 View Post
    The new 2016 Cats are going for under $9000 brand new, cant go wrong with that price!!! Very reliable machine.
    If you can find any left.........the are just about all sold.

    No 3" forsure.

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    Re: Unbiased Best Sled for under $10k

    Is that for real?
    Quote Originally Posted by skegpro View Post
    Smoking deal on the Alberta buy sell today, not sure what the story was. http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...cd53e290a8.jpg
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    Re: Unbiased Best Sled for under $10k

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike270412 View Post
    Is that for real?
    Yeah it was up for about 10 min and then it said sold.

    Never did answer his phone.

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    Re: Unbiased Best Sled for under $10k

    Quote Originally Posted by Mach1 View Post
    Sell mine with or with out all acc
    What is it?



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    Re: Unbiased Best Sled for under $10k

    Quote Originally Posted by Lund View Post
    Your moving to Kelowna and riding there. I've lived here and been riding here for years. Personally if that's your plan i wouldn't bother with any sled with a track over 155.
    Kelowna's club riding area and most popular riding area is Greystokes and it doesn't hold a candle to the Coquihalla summit and 10K. It's a good riding area's but sleds like T3's and 163, 174 are all over kill and the fun factor will be gone. The only place guys brag about hill climbs is the back side of Big White. There is virtually no real hills to climb otherwise, ok wrong 2 hill's one small hill and one a little bigger. It is a fantastic tree riding area with lots of meadows. Avy chances are bare minimal. Its a great family riding area.
    Also to add to that the big snow is short lived, season is long but mostly on set snow with marginal powder.
    On any make running around a 155 would be my #1 choice for Kelowna area...JMO

    My self i rarely ride that area, not my style.
    how does sicamous, vernon areas compare for deep snow?

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    Re: Unbiased Best Sled for under $10k

    Quote Originally Posted by skegpro View Post
    Smoking deal on the Alberta buy sell today, not sure what the story was. http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/201...cd53e290a8.jpg
    His girlfriend probably got a hold of his phone and jumped on facebook and posted his sled for sale so she can have him all to her self....No guy would sell a newish sled for that much haha unless he hit his head really hard.
    Last edited by Ballzdeep; February 1st, 2018 at 08:49 AM.

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