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I started my Arctic Cat Z570 LX yesterday and let it run for 15 minutes and it sounded great. I made rollers to set the skis on and a small roller for under the track allowing me to move it around in the garage. Once in position I made a bracket to get the rear end up therefore keeping the track off the floor.
 

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I started my Arctic Cat Z570 LX yesterday and let it run for 15 minutes and it sounded great. I made rollers to set the skis on and a small roller for under the track allowing me to move it around in the garage. Once in position I made a bracket to attach my lawnmower deck beneath it and did the lawn in 15 minutes. :whistling:[/b]
I hope you don't feel like I took too many liberties with your quote. It just seemed natural. :wink: :tongue:
 

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I hope you don't feel like I took too many liberties with your quote. It just seemed natural. :wink: :tongue:[/b]
Not a bad idea. I've seen items available on eBay where you can replace your skis with wheels. Not sure if that is a good idea but it does make one go UMMMMMMMMM!

Richard
 

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the thought had crossed my mind with my 370,,, I am afraid that I couldnt keep it cool enough with the 80 degree air floating around in June and July,,,,
 

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Hey Richard,
I see you have a water buffalo, but where is the H2?
I have a '75 GT 750, a '75 H2C, a '73 H2A, and a '72 H2.
This is how I get my triple two stroke fix during the summer.
Do you have any H2 parts or bikes you want to sell?
 
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