anybody know anything about these sleds? I know they were a one year thing. Strong runner. when it runs. sounds cool, too! where to go for parts. they seem to go through cylinders. any info is appreciated.
Hotzrt you must be looking in all the wrong places. I just bought three of them in October. I have sold quite a few of the parts. But do have some left. I am going to restore two of the sleds. One of them only has 405 miles on it. I may just sell them as is if somebody wants them. My wife says I have bought more sleds for myself then things for her (isn't that the way it should be?) Kevin
Ok Kevin. where do I get parts. I had one of these in the late 70's. forgot how much I worked on it! Make sure the cylinders don't loosen up! My old one did and this one did too. Lucky I caught it in time. I was thinking about restoring but don't want to spend the time and $$ if parts are too scarce. I don't see any of these at any sled shows. thanks for the response, Dan
Dan, run a search engine for snowmobiles on you "puter" It should spit out quite a few snowmobile websites. Snowmobile internet marketplace,VCSA,NH snowmobile museum to name a few. E-mail me at [email protected] and I will get you the websites I use.I will probably have my original painted fury at the Novi MI show this year. I don't do any winter shows (or haven't yet) due to the fact that I am always riding my newer sleds. The sleds I bought in October have been sitting since the late 70's for one of them and since 76 for the other.That one needs a piaton, thats why the guy lt it sit all these years, ofc ourse I going to go thru the engine, the other one I think besides cleanup and fuel line etc.. needs only a clutch Kevin
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