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Old 11-03-2006, 03:13 PM
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Snow Mobiling?

Anyone know any good places to go? i'm getting pretty board of running potter and tioga county piplines, was wonderin if there where any other good spots recomended. i got two polaris 550 ss's if anyone want to arange a meet, i can hold my own pretty good.
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Old 11-07-2006, 06:34 AM
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i had a 05 50th ann 600 xcsp until a couple weeks ago....traded it in on a 700cc sportsman....can't see keeping a snowmobile when we don't get snow.....

a place you can run the sled is at rickets glenn state park....pretty many trails in there and also an old airforce base along 487 thats pretty fun to run around in also....i ran mine there a few's a blast in the airforce base...lots of drifts and stuff to play on....
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