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great to look at , but its gotta be a lot of work to clean up the sleds after they have been under water ! any of u guys ever have a sled go under ?
 

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great to look at , but its gotta be a lot of work to clean up the sleds after they have been under water ! any of u guys ever have a sled go under ?[/b]
LOL, have a look at my signature pic for your answer.

Awesome video! What a great idea for a nice summer day, and Nipissing lake in North Bay would be the PERFECT place to do something like that.
 

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That is crazy. What do you do with a snowmobile that has been sunk?
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Pull it out of the water, empty the air box, pull off the exhaust, pull the plugs and pull it over a couple of times. Put everything back on, and away you go. When you get home you change the chaincase oil, and remove the seat to try and dry it out.

One of the big advantages of a two-stroke over a four.
 

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yea, you have to pull it over untill theres no water coming out.
for the seat, ive heard of putting a piece of plywood under it and one on top then running it over with your car to squeeze the water out. then leave it to dry, cause it will still be damp.

this video is funny cause the only ppl to make the jump are the ones that are going slow, like that polaris iq is just ripping it and wipes out good, but he gets the best response from the crowd. thats all i would want to do, who cares if you loose, aslong as the people that came to watch you had a ball and have some stories to tell their friends afterwards.
 
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