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    wysplit – I’m pretty sure your “weak ass sled” will be able to keep up with the phazer mtn light. It won’t make the 40,000 miles or so the yammi will probably make it though 😉 .

    jp – I’m real interested in knowing how your sled works for you this year. I see you are in CO so the riding is a bit different than here in WA. Won’t much matter though as 2ft fresh is 2ft fresh anywhere. Have you ridden sleds before? Will you be riding groomed trails to snowboarding areas or boondocking to them? What about doubling/towing? Thanks for the input on the sled man!

    Myself? Been riding a 800REV the past two years. It gets me where I want to go. Oh yeah, that CFR rack is TITS. LAYC

    #581078
    jonpierre
    41 Posts

    @laughingatyouclowns wrote:

    wysplit – I’m pretty sure your “weak ass sled” will be able to keep up with the phazer mtn light. It won’t make the 40,000 miles or so the yammi will probably make it though 😉 .

    jp – I’m real interested in knowing how your sled works for you this year. I see you are in CO so the riding is a bit different than here in WA. Won’t much matter though as 2ft fresh is 2ft fresh anywhere. Have you ridden sleds before? Will you be riding groomed trails to snowboarding areas or boondocking to them? What about doubling/towing? Thanks for the input on the sled man!

    Myself? Been riding a 800REV the past two years. It gets me where I want to go. Oh yeah, that CFR rack is TITS. LAYC

    i would say both. lots of backcountry riding and yeah this thing is a boondocking machine. my plan is to use it for bc access and for having fun.. minor towing, maybe a bit of tandem. probably not too much as my good friend has a new rx-1 mountain and we’ve also got another sled. the rx1 is the work horse and will be the tow machine.

    this is the first sled i’ve owned but certainly not the first one i’ve rode.
    i’m about 155lbs – maybe 200 with all my gear/board so i think this sled has plenty of power to get me where i need to go. and the nimble light weight design i should be able to get in a lot of places we previously couldn’t

    #581079
    ReeferMadness
    43 Posts

    I’ve been eye ballin that CFR Metal rack for some time now… How much did it set you back JP? Did they ship it to you or did you have to go to a dealer.
    muchas gracias,
    reefer

    #581080
    jonpierre
    41 Posts

    $130 bucks from thin air motorsport in truckee,ca <–google it

    #581081
    ctowles
    81 Posts

    hey, i can’t see the original pics of the diy sled rack. my roomate and i just bought our first sled (98 polaris rmk 700), and we’re looking to rig somethin up. ive got some ideas, but i’de love to see what the original poster was using…just for referance sake. are you still out there, still have the pics. i would imagine that the pics aren’t being hosted by the same place anymore. can ya help a brotha out?
    chris

    #581082
    jonpierre
    41 Posts

    update: if anyone would like to price out or purchase any CFR racks or accessories, please let me know via email or PM. might be able to swing ya a good deal – take it easy guys

    #787417
    liketoride
    259 Posts

    @jonpierre or anyone who knows about racks, I am getting ready to invest in a rack system. I’d like to be able to carry two split boards on my sled. What advice, and recommendations do you have? I’ve been looking at the cheetah racing racks. Is the tunnel mounted rack the way to go? Does anyone have experience with newer Polaris with the cooler being in the sides of the tunnel?

    Splitboarding is the answer unless Splitbooting is the answer, either way we're going snowboarding because America!

    #795564
    Cbalke
    229 Posts

    @liketoride did you end up grabbing a rack? I ended up picking up the Mo Pros Ajoosta 2.1 rack and was stoked on. I can’t wait to get back out on the sled (Hopefully soon!)

    #795812
    liketoride
    259 Posts

    @cbalke I haven’t got a rack yet. Im going to get one this season. Carrying the board on my pack while riding is a challenge. I’d like to do a little more sled access splitting this year. There are a few zones nearby I’m wanting to check out that are far to hike to, but a snap on the sled.

    Splitboarding is the answer unless Splitbooting is the answer, either way we're going snowboarding because America!

    #803082
    gnarlycharlie
    56 Posts

    got my Mo-Pros tunnel rack with snowboard/ ski carry

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    #803089
    gnarlycharlie
    56 Posts

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    Mo-Pros Tunnel rack with snowboard/ski carry. They’re not cheap but it’s nice to have

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    #803090
    gnarlycharlie
    56 Posts

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    #803091
    gnarlycharlie
    56 Posts

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