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snowmobiles and trailer

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I've got a 8' x 10' aluminum trailer with a '89 Indy 500 classic and a '91 650 RXL SKS for sale. Both are in good condition although neither have been run for 2 years. 1700 miles on the 650 and 3100 on the 500. Pics on request. $1800 or best offer. Thanks, Dave.

EDIT...

I started both sleds and the 650 started and runs fine

the 500 starts fine but runs at a high idle...3000 RPM so it will need work.

Price now $1600 or offer.

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Could I get some pics please? bkinnen at Yahoo

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Would you sell just the trailer? If so how much?

Thanks

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would you sell the sleds seperately?? if so, how much for each?

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Would you sell just the trailer? If so how much?

Thanks


Sorry, I won't just sell the trailer.

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would you sell the sleds seperately?? if so, how much for each?


Sorry the sleds are a pair. I would sell just them though and keep the trailer. The only reason I included the trailer is I figure they would sell easier that way.

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Can I get picks sent also to jdkraemer at cs.com?

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Edit on Edit.....cleaned and adjusted the carbs on the 500 and it runs fine now also.

All photo's have been sent.

EDIT...

I started both sleds and the 650 started and runs fine

the 500 starts fine but runs at a high idle...3000 RPM so it will need work.

Price now $1600 or offer.

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Pics please to sunsethusky1 (at) gokenora (Contact Us Please) com

Thanks!

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Anyone with an offer? I'm flexible.

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Shoot me over the pics too please, and let me know where you are located.

Are either of the tracks studded?

mneyecatcher at yahoo

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Still have this stuff? If so send pics to miller_high_life20 at hotmail.com

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Sidelake, where are you located?

John

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The sleds are in New Hope (169 and Bass Lake Rd) ...Northwest suburb of Minneapolis.

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Fadal,

I sent the photo's but my email was acting up. Let me know if you didn't get them.

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Figured I'd update here also.

Cleaned the carbs on the 500 and it runs fine now also. Price still reduced to $1600 even though it's running fine as the wife want's them out of the garage!

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