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  • Track (144x2)

    Votes: 11 33.3%
  • Windshield

    Votes: 9 27.3%
  • Yellow control arms

    Votes: 4 12.1%
  • yellow rail grips

    Votes: 9 27.3%

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Just a quick note, this is my 1999 RMK 700 that I bought new in 2001 new in the box. Upcoming is a exhaust temp guage, liquid temp guage, 144x2 track and a few more yellow parts here and there. Also some sort of light cover and a colored windshield.

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Well... You know I am thinking Rail Grips. They would help break up the black tunnel with some more yellow. :D
 

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carbonlizard said:
Gotta be honest man that sled looks great as it is...:)
Heh, I agree. It is a really sweet sled. A little more yellow and a Blue Cobra windshield with some yellow flames and it would be perfect. :cool:
 

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yeah......nice sled man.....wow, i want a mountain sled sooooooooooooooo bad..haha

i'd go with a new windshield....maybe like a chrome one or somethin...with a touch of yellow in there somewhere
 

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Dano- do you want a picture of a ProX snow flap ? (Since that's the only part your gonna see)

I hope you have a good stock of Dew . . . . .
 

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Dano- do you want a picture of a ProX snow flap ? (Since that's the only part your gonna see)

I hope you have a good stock of Dew . . . . .
Heh. :D I sense come competitive spirit here. I think the both of you better study up on Ski-Doo snowflaps though.

I had to vote "Rail grips"... would needs more yellow on the tunnel.
 

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Okay, I'll get back to the issue here. yellow tunnel grips. That way you can try and maintain some sense of control rather than be fallin' off the rails. Not only do you add color, but you also add function.

I have them on my sled. The Polaris rolled grips are the only way to go. They are actually add strength to the tunnel edge. All the others add grip-tion but no strength.

My only hope is that I'm not the one that sees (and feels) first hand what those edges will do to a knee if one ever "misses" the board.

ps Ski Doo snow flaps ?!?!?!?!?!
 

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Hey, thanks guys for all the imput. i have been sick so i have been of the forum latley, but i am better and plan on geting back in it. I have rail grips on that sled already, just they are black and blah, they work really well, just aint no yellow. Bring it on frntflp, i will take your dew in a race anyday.:) Yeah that sled really takes off but never can breach more that 96 mph, but the catch is that it will do 96 in the powder.:)

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dano said:
Hey, thanks guys for all the imput. i have been sick so i have been of the forum latley, but i am better and plan on geting back in it. I have rail grips on that sled already, just they are black and blah, they work really well, just aint no yellow.
dano
But um... you know YELLOW grips have been proven to provide better traction, erogonomics, and increase sex appeal. :) ;)
 

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Well ya know, i could use all the help i could get. I have the black ones, but a lil help wouldn't hurt

dano
 

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i would say the yellow rail grips
 

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save yourself a hell of a lot of money and buy yourself some yellow spraypaint that matches your sled, paint the control arms and rail grips. then just replace the decals on the arms and you'll be set and have money to afford the 144x2! looks great dano.
 

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lol good thinkin maverick:p
 

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SInce then i have customised a little more, some gauges and a longer track, went 141X2 so i didnt have to extend the tunnel. And i got the parts for free. I am now looking towards a switchback 800 to add to the collection.

dano
 
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