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  • #16
    Akbee I have a 94 tundra. Whose this tundra jim fellow?
    Www.blackriverhunting.com
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    • #17
      Originally posted by BRWNBR View Post
      Akbee I have a 94 tundra. Whose this tundra jim fellow?
      He is a jet engine mechanic who loves to restore old Tundra's. He sometimes gets salvaged ones and rebuilds them for sale and loves tinkering on them. I bought 2 from him and he was simply awesome to deal with for buying them and then when I had a small mechanical issue I couldn't sort out- he came by my house to fix it. He also arranged to sell my two machines. Really great guy to deal with. He has parts for dang near anything and I think he could make a rock run. Lives in the Valley.

      'Tundra' Jim 907-232-0115

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      • #18
        Thank you much, I jotted his number down!
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        • #19
          https://anchorage.craigslist.org/snw...554219913.html Here you go,right in your neck of the woods. These elan's were light as they come
          Remember, Mother nature has no forgiveness for stupidity.
          If you don't care where you are, your not lost

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          • #20
            I grew up on one of those. Slightly newer model though. Loved that little thing
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            • #21
              I have a few Polaris RMKs. The newest one is 2015 and has a 163 inch track. I just looked up the weight out of curiosity and it says 424lbs empty. Do you consider that low weight? I know its easy to maneuver in deep powder and is lighter than many sleds of the past...

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              • #22
                LIGHTWEIGHT

                Many would like to be able to purchase a new lightweight snowmobile as you can see from this post.
                https://www.dootalk.com/forums/topic/1554571-2020-skidoo-brp-wants/

                This person built his own amazing lightweight snowmobile that will out perform any new machine when the going gets tight, slow, and tough. Of course not many (maybe not any) would have the skills to build one like this. 300 pounds with a 174" long track, reverse and a 4-stroke single is amazing. Yet it appears to be tough and reliable.
                https://www.dootalk.com/forums/topic/1555959-small-doo-amx/

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