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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-30-1999, 04:59 PM
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What\'s your favorite snowmobile website

Just want to know where you go to find good tech tips? When shopping for parts? To browse through pictures or read snowmobiling stories? (Can you tell i'm bored? We only have 3 inches of snow on the ground right now, but I've got the itch!)

Does anybody have an interesting snowmobiling website of their own?

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 11-30-1999, 06:57 PM
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Re: What\'s your favorite snowmobile website

I've been on that search all fall, and I've found that the web page for Snow West Magazine has a good site. (www.snowest.com) They have the second best discussion forum that I've seen behind this one of course. It also has good tech tips and stories(same ones in the magazine). Other than that I've found a ton of other sites that deal with snowmobiling, from clubs, to parts dealers, to apparel and clothes. If you want a list of them, just say so.

I've found that the parts dealers such as central snowmobile, dennis-kirk, slp,
hiperformance, maximumperformance, and jr.graham, all have catalogs available, but that they don't offer all the parts that dealers can get. Anyways, I'm just wondering where most dealers get their parts, for example I need a throttle piece, but the damn dealers want over 50 bucks for a throttle lever. Other than that, they are pretty good and a little cheaper.

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Re: What\'s your favorite snowmobile website

Thanks Playtime!

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post #4 of (permalink) Old 12-02-1999, 05:35 PM
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Re: What\'s your favorite snowmobile website

There's a new one (no billboards-advertising banners etc) at (www.mtsnow.org) that has a good news area and a new bulletin area too. It is new but promising. You can add your own links in the link place also. Not hardly any links there yet except the link to the old link area though.

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