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Old 05-17-2019, 09:49 PM
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any put a 174 on there twin rail mountain cat, what did u think about it was worth it ???
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any put a 174 on there twin rail mountain cat, what did u think about it was worth it ???
Depends on how you ride and the snow you ride in. If you’re in BC and have a lot of deep fluffy powder days then the extra traction and flotation might be worth it. I had a 175 sled a couple years ago. It was fun and different. Really let you pick your way through the steep technical stuff very slowly to pick your line without too much worry of getting stuck.
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If I had money to build a sled just to try, and if I didn't like it I could just dump it, my take a chance sled would be a 174 twin rail cat with ice age elevate.
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I know numerous people who have done it, for super deep snow and bigger riders its damn hard to beat. They just keep chewing and you can ride stupid slow without getting stuck.

Not my personal cup of tea, but it definately makes them go in the deep.
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