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    Thought it would be interesting to see pics of everyone's sled so let's see'em! Here's my 2008 Ski-Doo Summit Adrenalin 600 HO SDI 144 which was originally all black but I changed a few things out to make it less boring. So far I am really liking this sled and the wife has one exactly like mine only all stock.
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    Nobody likes their sled enough to post some pics eh??

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    My tundras, a 1988 and 2009. Yes, I love them both enough to post pics of them.
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    Entered a drawing for this one. I'll post a pic of it after I win, yes it is fast and no you can't ride it!
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    '06 rev 800 144. I love this sled to death.
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    Looks like ski doo pride is alive and well
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    Default 07 summitX 800r 151

    Love this sled, Might sell it if i get the 08 dialed in. I hate to sell it, it runs so darn well.
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    08 Cat touring 4 stroke with rear seat removed for stylish action packer

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBLOOMA View Post
    Love this sled, Might sell it if i get the 08 dialed in. I hate to sell it, it runs so darn well.
    I'll be looking for exactly this sled in about 2-3 years. Gunther will be big enough that the 3 of us won't fit on the tundra.

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    Looks like you've got your set up dialed right in too.
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    Not exactly the same as you all have but it does the job.

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    Here's my heavy hauler.
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    I've got a friend that is selling an 07 Summit 800 XRS 151 with low miles, real nice sled. I believe he is asking $6000 which is a smoking deal. I've rode this machine and it has some serious power. http://anchorage.craigslist.org/rvs/1127896329.html

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    OK I have to ask and I mean this with all do respect to you and your friend. How do you own a sled like that for 2 years and only have 386 miles on it? I have put over 500 on my tundra and I have owned it less than 3 months.

    I have to sell a ton of bows and get the Tundra paid way down before I can seriously look at another, but when I do I'll be looking for a post 05 summit and I have to admit I really like the looks of the 05-07's. The 2010 is sick looking too but I doubt even used it will be in my price range when I 'll be looking again.
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    My sled as of a few weeks ago. New sled will be posted once she's all polished up


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    keep me in mind, I am a die hard ski-doo rider, and really like the summits. I try to update every 3-5 years depending on use and what the new stuff is like. Right now I have an 05 summit 600(wifes sled and she LOVES it, and so do I) 07 800, and an 08 800 , both are X models so I can mess with the shock valving to get it dialed in. I think I take pretty good care of the sleds, but you can come over and look at any of these sleds and make your own decision. With a enclosed trailer, and a garage setup like a race shop, I admit, they do get babied. By the way, I tend to keep them pretty close to stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick P View Post
    OK I have to ask and I mean this with all do respect to you and your friend. How do you own a sled like that for 2 years and only have 386 miles on it? I have put over 500 on my tundra and I have owned it less than 3 months.

    I have to sell a ton of bows and get the Tundra paid way down before I can seriously look at another, but when I do I'll be looking for a post 05 summit and I have to admit I really like the looks of the 05-07's. The 2010 is sick looking too but I doubt even used it will be in my price range when I 'll be looking again.
    He bought that sled from a co-worker who was in dire need of some cash and appreantly he ddidn't have a lot of time to ride it. I've had my sled for 2 seasons now and I have barely over 800 and the wife is under 500. We try and ride every chance we get but other things do take priority over riding.

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    09 nytro mtx


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    I can relate to that HuntAK45 I've been trying to get in one more ride for 2 weeks now.

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    New to snowmachin'n we picked these two up at the beginning of the season and already plan on upgrading to newer 4 strokes this fall. I put over 1200 miles on my RMK and the wife put nearly 1000 on hers this past season.

    02 RMK 800 Edge - Fox Shocks all the way around, Can, etc...

    00 Yamaha Mountain Max 700 - Aftermarket can, other than that stock.
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    Way to go SheFish!! Its a hard bug to shake, so beware . Welcome to the forums...

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