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Old 07-15-2010, 08:02 PM   #1
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Thought this was interesting...
Scanned it out of my Amateur Radio (QST) magazine. Hams covered communications for a Nome to Golovin snowmobile race.

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Old 07-15-2010, 09:16 PM   #2
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man i emailed the Mattracks people to see how much a set would cost for my truck and they do not stop calling!!! I would love to get some but dont live in the right climate
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Old 07-15-2010, 09:23 PM   #3
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so what'd they quote you?
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i havent been able to pick up their calls.. they always call me when im in class on wednesdays and they dont answer when i call back
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I've heard they go for $3k-$4k. With all that surface area, they suck on pavement. Great in the sand and snow though.
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so what'd they quote you?
more than my truck cost brand new
$24k-29k depending on model.
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fuck the truck tracks. get me one of these!
http://www.mattrackspowerboards.com/..._and_video.htm
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http://www.mattrackspowerboards.com/..._and_video.htm
OMG! That looks like soooo much fun! Me want!
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Saw these at my local track last night...how about running the 1/4 mile in 8 seconds @ 150MPH.......On a SNOWMOBILE

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where's the snow?

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more than my truck cost brand new
$24k-29k depending on model.
I finally answered the phone call... for the entire kit for the 88 series she quoted me for $24,050... if you ask me thats way too much, but hey if i was a millionaire id do it!!
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Global Warming. Look it up, man. The Cheney Weather Machine is still engaged!
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I know a couple fleet companies that bought into these for theie service trucks (1 ton ford chevy and dodges), they are really hard on steering components, they weigh a bunch!!
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