I've been running a 2000 Polaris Widetrack LX for about three years now. The sled has been a very reliable machine and has about 2400 miles on it. The transfer case, 500 liquid, and reliability have been flawless. I recently had a scare trying to haul some heavy freight up a steep hill on the trail. The snow was like hard packed ice at the top of the hill and lost traction, the freight sled pulled me down the trail and into the woods (no traction). The other problem I've had is the high temp. light coming on when hauling freight in temps. above 20 degrees. These two issues only occur when hauiling freight. I found scraper kits and radiator kits. Does anyone know which would be better to keep down engine temps? I also found a camoplast replacement track that has 1.25in. lugs, and built in studs, it looks to be one tough track, way better than my stock track. Does anyone have an experience with this "icewide" model of track? I'm trying to prevent purchasing a new work sled because this Polaris had been a reliable machine.