A dirt bike enthusiast’s first experience on a Timbersled
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Thread: A dirt bike enthusiast’s first experience on a Timbersled

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    A dirt bike enthusiast’s first experience on a Timbersled

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    Those are really cool. Fred needs one to get his mail. Have they come up with a desert version yet? Tracks in the back for sand would be cool. I don't know how they would float the front tire. Mini-track?

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    It does look like fun.
    Wonder how it behaves when you hit ice, compared to a snowmobile?
    Never been on a snowmobile, only a dog sled...which I manged to turn sideways (blame it on ice?) just before crossing the finish line...somewhere around Greer or Alpine, AZ, circa 1995.

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    Was driving south into spokane yestersay morning and i was surprised to see it was a near split between snowmobiles and timber sleds heading north. Didnt know they were as popular as that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotti158 View Post
    I'm waiting for the TW kit.
    I am not sure they make a rear track wide enough for the TW.

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    On drive to Boonville saw Timbersled tracks above Donner Lake carving tight loops on a very steep cirque. I do not think a snowmobile could do tight donuts on such a steep slope without overturning.
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