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Post by hardcoreathletics » Thu 20 Dec , 2007 9:43 am

Here we are filling the "beast" in the fall and going on a sled trip to the mountains. Gotta love when we can go sledding anytime of year....


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Post by FunnerHummer » Thu 20 Dec , 2007 4:19 pm

Nice rig! Where is you live you can go sledding when you waqnt?
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Post by h1sp » Thu 20 Dec , 2007 8:57 pm

ah... a hardcoreathleticsinc company truck.... can we say "Write off" :)

Great lookin rig... i like the wheels, tires, lights and short stack...

sledding.... Sledding ... like sliding down a hill on a wooden board??

i have seen pictures, looks like fun, but how do you stop???
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Post by hardcoreathletics » Sat 22 Dec , 2007 4:46 pm

FunnerHummer wrote:Nice rig! Where is you live you can go sledding when you waqnt?
I am in Edmonton, alberta and 4-10 hours away from some of the best sled trails in the mountains around. Most of the mountains keep there snow on the top half here in the middle of summer and as well they get dumped on early in the fall as well.

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Post by FunnerHummer » Sun 23 Dec , 2007 11:12 am

So with a trailer like that and year around sledding, I'm more than curious what sleds require such a big trailer!
What... are they horse drawn or what? :lol:
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Post by Matt » Sun 23 Dec , 2007 7:02 pm

thats a snowmobile trailer.
Drive them in the back and out the side door there. They also work great for quads.
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Post by FunnerHummer » Sun 23 Dec , 2007 10:19 pm

Matt wrote:thats a snowmobile trailer.
Drive them in the back and out the side door there. They also work great for quads.
Ohh, a confusion in terms. :shock:

Here in the states, we call that "snowmobiling". "Sledding" is not motorized, usually uncontrolled, using vehicles (a loose term) of manufactured or often home made design, requires a sloped terrain and is gravity dependent. Snowmobiling does not require mountains like sledding does. :D
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