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Old 02-09-2005, 08:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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1990 skidoo safari 377

Well tonight i traded my honda 3wheeler for a sled,the sled was worth more but the guys 10 year old son wanted the trike some bad anyhow heres some pics any feed back on this sled would be great are they any good i just wanna trail ride,for a 377 she pulls along good..
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Old 02-09-2005, 08:16 PM   #6 (permalink)
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and lookin over the sheild.


does it seem like a good trade the trike was a 1983 185S,i'll post a pic i think i did pretty good..
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heres the ole 185S i traded staight trade.. i like the sled way more..
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Old 02-09-2005, 08:43 PM   #8 (permalink)
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are they decent sleds,i heard there reliable,i'm a sled newbie so i don't know a whole lot i been around them alot mechaically helping friends work on theres so i knew what to look over and all is great i got a friend to look it over too...thanks for the reply.
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Old 02-10-2005, 01:45 AM   #9 (permalink)
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well maintenance is not a problem i like to keep things clean and in good shape i usually spend more time on maintenance then i do riding...
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hahaha well last night i only tried the sled out for a few mins to make sure it worked proper it was kinda late,well i just went out for an hour ride in the marsh along the lake and for a 377 it motors along decent,for a starter sled i'm pretty impressed..
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I have the 1990 447 Safari. IT's been a good sled. I mean the thing is 15 years old. I've had to do minor things like carbs, brake pads, idler wheels, throttle cable, steering linkage, but these are just all routine things. Without a rebuild I still have around 125PSI compression on both cylinders with about 10,000km on it. I can get the thing up to about 110km/h and I'm about 240lbs so really not a bad sled.

I"m sure you'll have fun. From what I hear the 377's are bulletproof. A lot of places up north still use them as rental sleds.
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AHah on another note I owned a tryke like taht once. HORRIBLE piece of equipment. ahha
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yeah if i ever buy another trike or quad it will be shaft drive for sure..
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