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Thread: Where do crashed machines go to die?

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    Default Where do crashed machines go to die?

    In short. Throttle stuck on my Ski-doo 98 Summit 583. Before I could react it made its way down my drive way 15-20+ mph veered to the left ramped off the snow burm and smashed into a tree. The tub, cowling left side supension all done, where do machines that have useable parts decent engines go to die or get parted out? Besides my backyard....Tough lesson, Wasn't meant to be as my wife said only had it for just over a year. Any suggestion or thoughts are apperciated.

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    Member tsh's Avatar
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    I solved the same problem earlier this year on CraigsList.

    http://anchorage.craigslist.org/

    I sold a 97 Polaris XLT for parts in two days,

    Also the credit unions offer free classifieds.
    http://www.alaskausa.org/
    https://www.denalifcu.org/index.jsp

    Lots of people surf these sites looking for bargains. Me included

    Good Luck

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    Lightbulb Say By By!!!

    Call the guys at AK. Snow Salvage off Old Seward Hywy. They deal with all sorts of pieces and parts of all kinds of machines!!!

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