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Old 11-28-2009
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1. camo challenger - 679-9788 - 141x2 - fully clipped, has 2 missing outside lugs. These are not opposing. $150+shipping. I have an xtra-10 w/fox shocks and hyperfax for additional $200+shipping.

2. polaris/camo - 5411060 - 133.5x1.0 - fully clipped. No damage. lightweight, $200+shipping

3. Polaris/camo - 5411369 - 121x.75 - fully clipped. No damage. $175+shipping

4. Polaris 133x.5 - still on sled. No damage that I can see, but will be able to tell better once replaced this week. It is fully clipped. ~$125+shipping

5. Polaris 121x.5 - still on sled. This track has some bolt on plastic paddles. It doesn't appear there is any damage, but will be able to tell more when it is replaced. This is a lightweight track on a Indy Trail. ~$125+shipping.

I have other tracks coming in. If there is something you are looking for, feel free to send me a pm and I will get back to you.

Rich
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Bolt on plastic paddles? As in the ones Dennis Kirk they used to sell for grass dragging?
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Old 11-29-2009
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I don't know if it was for that. The sled they are on, a 91 Indy Trail and since I know the guy very well that I bought it from, they were used to make it somewhat of a paddle track. He wanted to keep it light and didn't want to add a deeper lug track, because of weight. There aren't that many if I recall correctly and they were only, I believe 1".

I will get a pic of the ones I don't have on here tomorrow, Sunday.
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Acceleration paddles for powder.
When you ride trails mostly.
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