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Snowmobiling is a means of winter transportation in heavy snow bound areas, for less severe weather conditions they are primarily used as recreational vehicles for the whole family on prepared trails and off-road excursions, all questions concerning vehicle types, trails, retreats and tours can be found here.

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What state invented the snowmobile?

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The snowmobile was invented in Wisconsin, United States by Carl Eliason in 1924. It was originally called a "snow machine."

What is the difference between carbides and scags?

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Carbides are compounds composed of carbon and a less electronegative element, like silicon, while scags are fragments of molten metal that detach from the electrode during welding. Carbides are typically harder and more wear-resistant, while scags are unwanted impurities that can affect the quality of the weld.

How long is a track on a 1996 polaris Indy sport 440?

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15x116 but has 2" pitch ! no tracks to be found !

How fast will a 900cc snowmobile go?

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My best guess would be that a vintage snowmobile, ie from the early 1410's will generally go around 10 mph 35 mph. Please note that this depends on a lot of factors including engine size, snow conditions and weight of the driver.

ive seen a 1973 polaris starfire 650 woop a 2000 something polaris IQ 12000 look on youtube

How old do you have to be to get a snowmobile license in Canada?

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Age for Purchasing a Moose Hunting License in Canada

In Canada the rules for hunting regulations are primarily set by the provincial governments. As a result there may be differences from province to province.

In BC, for example, there is no age restriction other then you need a Hunter Number. For out of country, I believe you have to be guided in order to hunt. IN ONTARIO A TWELVE YEAR OLD MAY HUNT WITH AN ADULT.

Can you use a motorcycle helmet for a snowmobile?

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Yes , you can use a motorcycle helmet for a snowmobile.

Where are polaris snowmobiles made?

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minnesota

What is the compression on the cylinders for a 1997 Arctic Cat ZRT 600 supposed to be?

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It should not be under 100 psi and not over about 135psi for a stock 2-stroke.

How old do you have to be to ride a snowmobile?

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All depends where you live

What snowmobile brands have the biggest market share?

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There are only four major snowmobile manufacturers - Ski-Doo, Polaris, Arctic Cat, and Yamaha. Ski-Doo has been around the longest and is the market share leader.

How fast will a 2005 skidoo rev 600 go?

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How much ice do you need to snowmobile on?

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All the sledders in my area say no less then 5-6"

Can you sell a snowmobile without a title?

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It totally depends on what platform you are selling it on although technically, it is "illegal".

What is a snowmobile gas mileage?

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I get 11mpg with a 2000 3cylinder Yamaha SRX 700. Newer small models could probably do around 17 mpg

it all depends on how big your snowmobile is, how much it weighs, and how you drive it personally, it all varys on how the driver handles it