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Good snow in the Bighorns

Had pretty good snow in the Bighorns over the weekend. Not much base, but we still had a pretty good ride. Over the hood powder all over. Pictures didn't turn out very good as it was snowing most of the time we rode.
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Holy! nice powder, looks like a great weekend!


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A few more.
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where was that? and looks like a blast!

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holy $heeeeettt!! incredible!!

can a 121" track even hang with you guys in that type of powder? it would sink like a rock ...


awesome!! damn i have to get out there!!



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Wyoming state or Wyoming MN?

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can a 121" track even hang with you guys in that type of powder? it would sink like a rock ...
A 121" with 2.5" paddles could have done some riding. Without deep lugs and some good HP it would be a serious struggle to ride.


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Thats cool man, just checking! Looks like a blast!

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Looks like you guys had a great ride!

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Beautiful
As for the 121" in that stuff....would kinda work the same as crossing a pond by carrying a heavy rock and walking to the other side underwater.
I would struggle with my 141" and 2" paddles.

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As for the 121" in that stuff....would kinda work the same as crossing a pond by carrying a heavy rock and walking to the other side underwater.
I would struggle with my 141" and 2" paddles.

so what's the longest track they offer now?

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I would struggle with my 141" and 2" paddles.
Actually, we had a M7 141" and Summit 800 144" and they rode with us with no problems. They might not get the highmark but they will ride just fine.

chris farley--- I think the biggest manufacture produced track is a 163". But there are kits available to go bigger. I ride a 153"

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Great pics!! Looks like a blast, other than digging out some of the sleds LOL
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