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Powersledder 02-05-2011 11:05 AM

The greatest offtrail sled known to man!
 
With my IQr not up and running and the guys (and girl) up here to do some riding this weekend I had to find myself some other means of transportation. So I looked around online Thursday night and started calling around Friday morning. What did I find you ask? Only the greatest offtrailing machine know to man! Was it one of the alighty M's? No. Perhaps one of the new Rev XP 800s? No. Then it must have been a brand new ProRMK Assault right? While Rich's new sled handles really well and has a lot of power, that still wasn't it.


My mighty stead for the day was a 2005 Polaris Trail RMK 550! Being a rental is was jetting incredibly fat and way over oiled (used a quart in 50mi) but sit was still capable of going damn near anywhere. While the IQr is hands down the best ditchbanging sled out there this thing goes through the trees with no effort at all.

Everyone but Bryan had too much pride to show their jealousy and ask to take it for a ride. I guess it's just their loss.





Slamdry 02-05-2011 11:37 AM

how much was that?

rock2324 02-05-2011 11:37 AM

Good to see you were able to get out and ride with team "Nutz".....any thing to report on the ride in the yoop?

Powersledder 02-05-2011 12:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Slamdry (Post 111116)
how much was that?

$70 for the day

Quote:

Originally Posted by rock2324 (Post 111117)
Good to see you were able to get out and ride with team "Nutz".....any thing to report on the ride in the yoop?


Ya, Harry's sled likes to eat rocks.....

Polaris_800rmk 02-05-2011 12:11 PM

Light, agile, ya, that sled will do the job

Slamdry 02-05-2011 12:11 PM

ohh you rented it! I though you bought it as a used rental

blue avenger 02-05-2011 01:22 PM

that could be almost cheaper then fuel driving a pig truck and trailer out there.

Powersledder 02-05-2011 03:37 PM

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Originally Posted by blue avenger (Post 111124)
that could be almost cheaper then fuel driving a pig truck and trailer out there.


MI trail pass, $35
Lost MPG's towing a trailer, $20-$50?

Even at the regular cost of $90/day it's not a bad way to go. Everyone else around here charges between $150-$275/day for their rentals. But Dan's has had these sleds since 05/06 so they rent them cheap.

stagesrt4 02-06-2011 03:56 PM

i thought about buying one of those


theres 2 for sale buy me, but i want next to no miles and great price... In another month or so ill be able to get my steal of a sled...

The Gerbil 02-06-2011 05:37 PM

Bill was ripping shit up wildly with that mighty steed. I was pretty impressed with how much it would actually go through.


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