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Hey guys/gals, i need your opinion. I have a 114x15 track to sell. (the one that doesnt fit my sled) I dont know how much to sell it for. Would $80 be a reasonable price? It is used and missing 5 clips and 5 need replaced. Heres the pics.





do you need more pics to justify a price? I may have someone coming over this weekend to buy.
 

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how much did you pay?
 

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i paid $100 with 2 carb boots, 2 airbox boots, 3 coils, a rear shock, and a bearing.
 

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You could try calling salvage yards & see what they are asking. This might give you a rough idea on what they are worth. Maybe try ebay
 

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Check Al's snowmobile warehouse (I'm sure google will pull that up.) They have lots of used parts and prices to help you get a baseline. I used their prices and cut them in half to price a bunch of stuff from my old 96 to get rid of it.
 

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just got an offer today, $70 shipped to houghton lake. Im gonna see if he can go 75
 

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half inch lug. I think one lug is worn off. Missing 5 track clips and needs 5 to be replaced. So ive decided on $85 shipped anywhere in the 48 states.
 

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ive already had 3 offers, all backed down. Yeah it fits almost any sled in the 80's, any citation 4500 i think. Im not sure if ill have a hard time selling it because its hard to find cheap tracks. A new one of this size costs anywhere from $200-$350, so i figure its a good deal. and winter is coming fast and i can see someone wanting it because they are finishing up restoring their vintage sled.
 
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