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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-28-2008, 05:48 PM Thread Starter
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1998 ski doo formula z 670

how would a 1998 formula z 670 go through powder it has plastic skis and 1 inch lugs.
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Currently suffering from snowmobileing withdrawl.

Sleds:
1998 Polaris Indy Trail Touring
Camoplast Floater Skis
1995 Arctic Cat ZR 700
Clutch Kit
1 1/4 Camoplast Ripsaw Track
Cobra Racing Wind Shield
Orange Slides and other assorted orange trim
Black SLP Dual Keel Skis with Organge Loop
2001 Kawasaki Bayou 220--For Sale
Mud Lite Tires




Wanted:
a cheap older beater
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The 1" lug may be a problem.

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would the studded 3/4 track be better?

Currently suffering from snowmobileing withdrawl.

Sleds:
1998 Polaris Indy Trail Touring
Camoplast Floater Skis
1995 Arctic Cat ZR 700
Clutch Kit
1 1/4 Camoplast Ripsaw Track
Cobra Racing Wind Shield
Orange Slides and other assorted orange trim
Black SLP Dual Keel Skis with Organge Loop
2001 Kawasaki Bayou 220--For Sale
Mud Lite Tires




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you can fit an 1 1/4" track no problem.
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these old wedges are big and heavy mine sucks in the deep snow.. I have a 1" track and plastic skies, My friend has a F-Z with a 1-1/4 track which hooks up much better than mine
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