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Looks like a big job, but it looks great! What did you do with the old parts?
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Looks like a big job, but it looks great! What did you do with the old parts?
They will be for sale. Basically, I have a complete 121" skid, extra set of rear arms, rear bumper, and the original 121" tunnel ext piece for sale. Was going to sell the stock skis, but I should prob hang on to them for spares.

I have two different oil caddys, and I couldn't make either one fit. So I came up with this idea. Since I switched over to AMSOIL, I don't want to rely on finding it in the gas stations up north.
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Looks good Jim!! The only problem is, at the end of the day and after all that work your still riding a Cat!

What brand of GPS do you have?

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Sled looks great Jim. It&#39;s always worth the hard work when you do it yourself!

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Nice looking sled before... even better now!! Good job Jim.
Love the GPS setup!


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looking good jim.........but whats that green thing under that good looking GPS unit............ w00t w00t w00t

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wow, jim you did a great job. Nice looking ride for sure...hope you got some snow to take her out for a rip.
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Nice looking sled!!!!

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Looks great buddy.

nice work.

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I agree with the rest. Great job. Those "what was I thinking" jobs are always the most rewarding.

Dawg - Yours is looking pretty good also.
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