i don't know why the mountain sled thing does not appeal to me. those riders are in a different league, not a bad league though i guess it is like playing hockey some like being defence and others like playing forward.
Being as how you live in MN the choice is easy!haha Only way you would get use out of a mountain sled is if you put a .75 or so lug track on, or just replace hyfax every other ride....haha
Performance all the way for this area!
I like both In pa we either get skag burner snows or get dumped on have fields and flat to ride ,trails and roads and mtns. what type of sled should I get? I have been trying to figure that out for years. A mtn long track sled with an easy change track now that would be fantastick Oh well I have often thought of getting the mtn sled and just changing slides There is nothing worse than having 2 ft of snow and can't get the sled to go more than 15 20 ft before getting stuck.
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