Quick question. Last weekend was QUITE cold, and in the mornings, from riding in the slush the idler wheels at the top were frozen solid. I tried dropping the sled, tapping it with a rock, pretty much anything but the ice was just too much.
Even after riding a little (taking it easy), I noticed it was still impossible to move them.
Is it bad to still drive the sled when these idler wheels aren't spinning?
Don't ride it! Take the idlers off and bring them inside to warm up. They may not be frozen, they may just be bad bearings. I would replace the bearings if its not
just Ice on the out side keeping them from moving. If you ride with wheels not
rotating you will wear flats on the wheels or chew up your track, bad news.
Some peoples minds are like cement, all mixed up and permanently set.