that happened to me a few times last year, forgot my key on a trip, that wasnt good. thats the only bad thing about it, but the good thing is that no one can start it, and if they try to "hot wire" it it only goes to 3000rpm which wont be moving it.
Thieves do suck mich and they deserve whatever they get.
I had a sled stolen from me a couple of years ago in the middle
of a sleddin week away while we were in having dinner.
Then having to double back on a single seat
with a 280lb guy and i'm 235 for 100km
The replacement sled has dess and i have 3 cap programed for it.I keep one at
the cottage,one on the sled and another taped up and hidden
on the sled.When ya trade it in just keep the spares and they
can be programed for your new ride providing it has dess
I printed off the microfiche from Ronnies.com with the tether and price for $25.99. Then I took it to the dealer and they sold it 2 to me for cheaper than $25 a piece, Reprogramming should be free, was for me.
How do you people lose a key? First thing I do to my new sled is take that plastic hook off and throw it in the garbage. Take your tether cord and open up the steel tab and put your key in and pinch it back up. Now your key and d.e.s.s. are always together. Never lost a key in thirty years!
Of course a little less carelessness can go a long ways
Permafrost, ya, I forgot that the newer sleds dont even have a key anymore, havn't been able to step up to the new generation yet.
Why not add a big plastic key ring or still have the big cord attached to it so when you drop it in the snow you can find it. I find that bigger objects are eaiser to keep track of. Kind of like an 800 triple triple, bigger is better :hallo7:
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