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Paying to Play Part 1 – Determining the Cost of Ownership – Parts and Accessories

This past winter, we dug into the dollars and cents of snowmobile ownership in a feature story in our OSM In Season Issue (Volume 2,

April 19, 2012 Features, Misc, Sleds
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Conceptualization Take 3 – Kvant XPW

Round three of our look into the world of over the snow concept vehicles brings us inside the mind of designer Patrick Petersson and his

April 13, 2012 Buzz, Sleds
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Conceptualization Take 2 – Schindler DSM

Last week’s first installment of “Conceptualization” clearly caught the imagination’s of thousands of OSM fans as the electric propelled Husky SXC had readers buzzing. This

April 04, 2012 Buzz, Sleds
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Cat Revisions 2013 – Scratching Below the Surface

With a 2012 lineup that was nearly new from head to toe, it’s not surprising the feline fold from Thief River Falls has backed off

April 03, 2012 Buzz, Features, Sleds, Tech
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INDY AGAIN – CAN LIGHTNING STRIKE TWICE?

Those who have even a hint of knowledge regarding the history of the snowmobile industry will undoubtedly know Indy is a nameplate synonymous with Polaris.

March 30, 2012 Features, Sleds
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Conceptualization Take 1 – The Husky SXC

From the early sketches and fabrications of Eliason, Sikorsky, Bombardier and Hetteen, dreaming of the next snowmobile is quite possibly an inherent trait of snowmobilers

March 28, 2012 Departments, Sleds
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Time Machines – ’73 Ski-doo Blizzard 340

One snowmobile journalist called it the most exciting race in snowmobile history. It was the Eagle River World Championship in 1971 and young Yamaha racer

March 28, 2012 Departments, Features, Sleds, Vintage
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2013 Yamaha Nytro – Tuning It Up

After much hope and hype, the original 2008 FX Nytro with its true “rider-upright” ergonomics for the Hamatsu crowd became the last one picked in

March 27, 2012 Sleds
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First Burn – 2013 Ski-Doo Renegade X

While nearly every snowmobile magazine and a few fly-by-night websites have a chance to ride and photograph all the new models during the industry Snow

March 15, 2012 Buzz, Features, Sleds
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BRP BRINGS NEW INNOVATIONS AND NEW LOOK TO SKI-DOO MODELS FOR 2013

BRP introduces the 2013 Ski-Doo snowmobile line-up to its dealers from North America, Russia and Japan, featuring two new chassis, tMotion rear suspension, Flex Edge

February 21, 2012 Buzz, Sleds
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2012 Arctic Cat F800 Sno Pro

With Ma Nature being uncooperative, our resident wrench is forced to drive his cage to work, and tow to the snow. Snow Gods be damned! With

February 06, 2012 Features, Sleds
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Anchor of the Month: ’86 Yamaha Inviter

Name: 1986 Yamaha Inviter Color: Sassy gold over sexy brown. Length: 95.9” (243.5cm) Width: 40.4” (102.6cm) Height: 43.4”” (110.2cm) Weight (dry): 384lbs (174.1kg) Birth Date:

February 06, 2012 Anchor of the Month, Departments, Sleds
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Tool Equipped

In the previous edition yours truly said the 2011 Ski-doo MXZ X-RS was a machine for wannabe tools. Upon close examination, it’s easy to understand

February 06, 2012 Features, Sleds
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Born Again

Arctic Cat’s XF series breathes new life to its crossover segment. Hear ye all, assembled for today’s lesson. Whether stout believer in the Arctic Cat history,

February 06, 2012 Features, Sleds
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2011 Ski-Doo MXZ TNT 600 ACE

The Ski-Doo ACE would seem to be the obvious choice for my daily commute, considering it arrived in my well-tracked front yard when current fuel

February 06, 2012 Features, Sleds
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Table for 4

While most manufacturer attention of recent model years has aimed at the 800-class, for some people the 600s still offer the right smorgasbord of benefits: Power, economy, price,

February 06, 2012 Features, Sleds
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2011 Arctic Cat CFR 800

There’s never a time you’re not looking forward to riding the 800 HO CFR and frankly, that’s a good thing. Sure the low-slung Cat may

February 06, 2012 Features, Sleds
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Anchor of the Month – 1991 Arctic Cat Prowler Special

Name: 1991 Arctic Cat Prowler Special Color: Deep Cat black, with purple and green accents… what else would you expect? Length: 108.5” (275.6cm) Width: 41.5”

December 06, 2011 Anchor of the Month, Departments, Sleds
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Throwdown 11/12 – Real Sleds, Real Riders, Real Trails, Real Results

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December 04, 2011 Features, Sleds
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