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    Can anyone tell me the difference between 1993 tundra II and the tundra LT i have found one of each and don't know which is the better machine to buy thanks for any input

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    I am no skidoo afficianodo but as I undestand it the LT is a long track, and that the regualr tundra is a shorter one. It depends on year as to the overall design and I am not sure what the changes were from the original to the II version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuJon View Post
    I am no skidoo afficianodo but as I undestand it the LT is a long track, and that the regualr tundra is a shorter one. It depends on year as to the overall design and I am not sure what the changes were from the original to the II version.



    Track leangth.... mostly.. LT and II are different years but mostly the same
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    Call up the guys at Alaska Mining and Diving. They have probably sold more Ski-Doos that anyone else around. They'll give you the low down on the two sleds.


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    tundra ll i believe came to existance starting in 1993 and with the pogo suspension and a 277 cc motor. The Last year of the original tundra lt was 1992. and had a 250 cc motor. The tundra ll is a more desired machine for the bigger motor and pogo front end. They both are great machines though and i don't think the difference is great enough to notice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMK View Post
    Call up the guys at Alaska Mining and Diving. They have probably sold more Ski-Doos that anyone else around. They'll give you the low down on the two sleds.


    if it is older than a 96......Ak mining and diving are the last crew of folks to go see. Fish Creek Sales and John at 90's and older are by far....the most helpful with older Tundras.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mainer_in_ak View Post
    if it is older than a 96......Ak mining and diving are the last crew of folks to go see. Fish Creek Sales and John at 90's and older are by far....the most helpful with older Tundras.
    I have met John and he is very knowledgable about the older rigs I don't think you could go wrong picking his brain!

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