If you’re think of change a bunch, find some material and take a sample to a machinist. Way cheaper. Local makes a few bucks and you’ll save some.
Years ago I changed them all on my old powder special. Would have been 10X more buying them.
Or the famous 'Well we should probably head out, but maybe just take one more poke at that'........... 1 hour later... time to head down now that (whoever) is finally out of that tree. :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
We already pay enough 'sin' tax. Smokes, alcohol, vacation tax, carbon tax on go go juice. I totally disagree with a non-vax tax. I also totally disagree with most of the 'sin' taxes that have the added tax.... tax on a tax on a tax I think is how it works.
Shouldn't be happening in Canada.
Muskoka Freerider (Matt) is running multiple sleds this year, as usual.
His two new sleds this year are a 2022 Skidoo Freeride 154 850T and a 2022 Polaris Patriot Boost RMK Khaos Matryx Slash 155 (thats how he wrote it lol).
He is going to give a full season head to head review between the two...
Don't think I've seen this before. Martin has a pre-order going on for 2023 snow-check models that haven't even been released. $200 refundable micro deposit.
So does this mean if you don't get in on the pre-release order list, you won't get a chance to to get a snow-check?
This is on their FB...
I like IPA’s. Bottles from a store is preferred but cans are convenient. Always cold as well.
I’m a hops fan and enjoy a little bitter.
Lagunitas is one of my favourites. It’s a Cali beer.
Goose Island IPA is another good one.
Michelob ultra when in cutting calories.
Three Ranges porter...
I have worn a few FXR boots. Very warm, light, but a little bulky. I actually switched to 509's as the FXR were too warm for my oven warmth producing feet.
The 509 boa's have stood up well so far. Very comfortable, warm, light, and are not a snowshoe. Def recommend the 509 raid double boa's.
Should be easy enough to do that yourself. You can buy the plate cut to size from any metal supplier. Use a grinder, file, and stone for your bevels. Drill press, drill bit, and chamfer bit for the holes. Lots of machine shops or welding shop should be able to spit them out quickly if you don't...