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  1. General Sled Chat
    Looking for a bit of troubleshooting advice on an electrical water temp gauge I installed. The one that came on my XLT had an in-line sensor installed along with the idiot light but the terminals on the sensor had corroded off, so I just removed those lines and left the in-line sensor unit...
  2. General Sled Chat
    Hi all, Since I'm back into the sport this year with a 25 year old sled, on top of just repairs I knew I'd have to take on, I want to make sure any preventative pre-season maintenance is done. So far I've: Replaced the hyfax and inspected all idler wheels and replaced every bearing in the...
  3. Polaris Snowmobiles
    Hi all, Replacing the idiot light in my '95 XLT Touring with a temp gauge sensor soon while I have my sled half apart still and carbs off for cleaning anyway. If I'm going to be draining coolant to do this (though I shouldn't lose much with the sensor location right at the top of the head...
  4. General Sled Chat
    In a previous post I had asked about lights dying on me, which turned out to be the voltage regulator. Replaced tonight and it's working 100%. I also started replacing a broken temp gauge and fixed the rear hand warmers on the sled tonight. Very productive day! I did however notice that the...
  5. Polaris Snowmobiles
    Hey, I've got my skid out of my new to me 1995 XLT Touring - stock setup with the XC-100, 133.5" rails. I've put in new bearings all around, new slides and everything greased. Wondering what the best suspension tuning setup would be for comfort for two riders on primarily snowy fields and...
  6. Polaris Snowmobiles
    Hi all, after a 6 or 7 year absence I'm finally getting back into the game. Picking up a 1995 XLT touring tomorrow for a good price so me and the wife can go for some winter fun in the fields and trails nearby. Engine was rebuilt 200km ago, clutches done 2 years ago, new shocks and springs...
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