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    Re: 850T Update

    pic is in the wrong thread lol



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    Re: 850T Update

    Quote Originally Posted by RGM View Post
    Put on 195 KM last week packed a 25 with 27 L and a 20 with 23L only burned 1/2 of the 23L and oil was about 1/4 down.https://scontent.fcxh3-1.fna.fbcdn.n...a5&oe=5EB7613F
    Ray, I would like to hear about this journey you went on. Sounds pretty cool.
    "It's just money - it's all made up. Pieces of paper with pictures on it so that we don't have to kill each other just to get something to eat." - Margin Call (2011)
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    Re: 850T Update

    yeah that is a cool looking sled rig there too

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    Re: 850T Update

    Now we need a "sled deck on a quarter ton" thread

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    Re: 850T Update

    Quote Originally Posted by adamg View Post
    Ray, I would like to hear about this journey you went on. Sounds pretty cool.
    First ones on to the Bridge Glacier this year. Lots of pics on my FB page. You don't need a FB account to look.

    https://www.facebook.com/ray.mason.509

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    Re: 850T Update

    Looking online you can build a 155 with the turbo. 2.6 or 3 inch paddle track options. Anybody given either of these sleds some thought? I’m thinking it could be a really fun sled and with the extra power I don’t see the shorter track limiting a guy too much.

    Side note: I’ve got a Polaris Axys 174 for sale in classifieds. Motivated seller. Want to pickup one of these things either 155 or 165!!!

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    Re: 850T Update

    Quote Originally Posted by JustChilling19 View Post
    Looking online you can build a 155 with the turbo. 2.6 or 3 inch paddle track options. Anybody given either of these sleds some thought? I’m thinking it could be a really fun sled and with the extra power I don’t see the shorter track limiting a guy too much.

    Side note: I’ve got a Polaris Axys 174 for sale in classifieds. Motivated seller. Want to pickup one of these things either 155 or 165!!!
    ive been eying up the 154x2.5 turbo freeride. Track speed would be insane. That being said in my old age a 3" is probably the best bet.


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    Re: 850T Update

    I have been saying the 154x2.5 turbo is going to be a high selling sled. with lockout shocks now make the 154 a more all around sled and no more 3" track pains. probably would spin instead of wheelie like a 3"?



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    Re: 850T Update

    ^^^ dreaming keyboard warrior, who wants to sled but is stuck at work...^^^^

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    Re: 850T Update

    Quote Originally Posted by NoBrakes! View Post
    I have been saying the 154x2.5 turbo is going to be a high selling sled. with lockout shocks now make the 154 a more all around sled and no more 3" track pains. probably would spin instead of wheelie like a 3"?
    the 2.5" tracks work surprisingly well. Less forgiving but in good snow the extra track speed im finding it works just as good as the 3". Until your moving slow


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