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2013 PRO 600

kraftymike

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Great machine. All stock. 1500 miles. Always summerized correctly. Stored inside year round. Female ridden. Only flaw is a small crack on the hood (see pic). Hood and side panels are from an 800 but this is a 600. Clean title in hand. Cash only. No trades. $5,500 Bozeman MT

-155" track
-OEM belt drive
-Ski Doo ice scratchers (reverse friendly)
-Goggle bag
-Muff pot
-Spare belt
-Under seat storage bag
 

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DeepTrench

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Nice pics!
So nice that they show that sled is techically totaled.
In this picture you can clearly see a bulge in the tunnel right behind the belt drive system. It is the known notorious week spot of the pro chassis.
If you have insurance on it, give them a call. I've seen this many times and it is a totaled sled as it sits.
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kraftymike

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Nice pics!
So nice that they show that sled is techically totaled.
In this picture you can clearly see a bulge in the tunnel right behind the belt drive system. It is the known notorious week spot of the pro chassis.
If you have insurance on it, give them a call. I've seen this many times and it is a totaled sled as it sits.
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20190924_144500.jpg Go piss on your own listing tool-box. There is nothing bent or bulging on this sled. Guys like you are the reason a lot of people like myself don't frequent these forums anymore. It's too bad. These forums used to be a great resource of knowledge and help from smart people and manufacturers in the industry.
 

Teth-Air

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I thought the picture was questionable too but likely just the angle. The thing about the forums is it can expose all which is good if you are looking to learn, but bad if you are trying to hide something. You will always have those guys who try to call you on something but you have a good response that does make Deeptrench look like a tool for jumping to conclusions, so don't worry about it. Now about the price? Might be high unless you and others think a 13 600 base model is worth way more than a 15 snowcheck with a new factory 800 motor and clicker shocks? I have such a sled and in Canadian dollars is only worth $4000-$5000 and that would be about $3500 USD. It also has a new 163 track on it and 2 years extended warranty so I will keep it as it is not worth selling. Don't be discouraged though as there are some that would prefer the 600 over the 800.
 

05rmksteve

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That photo is very deceiving because of the shadows. I've repaired a few tunnels with the bulge and with the way the shadows are it did look like the tunnel was bulging. Glad you where able to provide a clear picture of the straight tunnel to clear things up.
 

kraftymike

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**Sold**

I had two interested parties and the sled sold in 5 days so it must not have been too "bent or overpriced". Even under the internet's cloak of anonymity, I couldn't ever imagine being disrespectful enough to openly comment on the condition or price of someone’s sale listing like “Deep Trench” and “Teth-Air”. It’s really inappropriate and not their place. This Forum and the Advertisers are the ones who suffer from that behavior by running off good people.