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Craig's List-of-the-Week: Jan. 17


(1/16/2011)

Craig's List of Week Jan. 17

Noticing a lack of my semi-regular "Craig's-List-of-the-Week" postings, Brent Rasmussen sent me this doozie.

Great sadness that no photos are available. Apparently there's no way to get them.

HERE IS the link to see it yourself... although I'm predicting this one sells quickly. Or not.

 



Comments (11):

Plueddeman says:
1/17/2011 10:55:00 AM

I think all it needs is FOX SHOCKS!
Eric Bergstrom says:
1/17/2011 11:53:00 AM

Complete with a testimonial:
"this sled weighs under 300lbs total body weight so with the kind of horsies the engine is packing this sled does wheelies and doesnt get stuck in powder very easy if your too heavy on the throttle this thing gets scary."


John Zanon says:
1/17/2011 9:00:00 PM

Pictures are coming soon. He has a camera with no film, but does have the memory card. Good batteries that work, but not in this camera because they are the wrong size, unless he bores out the battery compartment and holds them in with a rubber band.
He should donate this to someone in prison who has a lot of time with nothing to do!
Jim Dimmerman says:
1/18/2011 8:13:00 AM

At first, I saw this as a perfect sister sled for my Thunderstruck project. Something my son might ride. But then I realized he may have the potential to wax me (at least on paper) so I,ll pass on it...
Iam still laughing...I can't stop...
John Zanon says:
1/18/2011 8:55:00 AM

There's someone on craigslist in Oshkosh, Wis. looking for a sled that needs work, for his little brothers high school mechanics class. "By the time he got this one fixed, he'd have it ready for his retirement!"
Roger Paulson says:
1/18/2011 1:40:00 PM

I love the part that says "it will do 95 - 105 mph", and later he says, "it has NO BRAKES, but it slows down pretty quick"! I'm glad he mentions it will need "some minor things" before you can race it!
Rusty says:
1/22/2011 11:44:00 AM

This reminds me of last feb's CL ad with on older Doo' 5500 blizzard containing a XS650 yam twin 4-stroke road bike engine,, talk about a cluster of junk! (had foot warmers though!),, the exhaust exiting through footrests did quite the job when rolling off the throttle and backfiring 2 foot long flames he said!
Shbada says:
3/23/2014 4:33:00 PM

The exritpese shines through. Thanks for taking the time to answer.
Marek says:
3/24/2014 3:01:00 PM

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Rahul says:
10/9/2015 2:50:00 AM

Yukon Quest dogs must go through Vet srceening in Whitehorse by the YQ Vet Staff three days before the race begins. Iditarod dogs must go through Vet srceening at SP Kennel with our own personal Vet up to 10 days before the race begins. In addition, the ID dogs have mandatory EKGs and blood work. The ID has a mobile Vet Crew that travels around the state for 2 weeks in Mid February trying to test the 50 or so teams. They work out of Fairbanks for 3-4 days, so we usually test them then. If dogs can't be tested during this time (YQ teams or Lower 48 teams), they must be tested in Anchorage the week before the race starts.That means most YQ/ID dogs either have to make an additional trip to Anchorage or arrive there a week or so before the ID starts.Usually we like to leave SP K dogs at SP K for as long as possible - kinda like sleeping in your own bed - so, we'll see how this pans out.
Rahul says:
10/9/2015 2:50:00 AM

Yukon Quest dogs must go through Vet srceening in Whitehorse by the YQ Vet Staff three days before the race begins. Iditarod dogs must go through Vet srceening at SP Kennel with our own personal Vet up to 10 days before the race begins. In addition, the ID dogs have mandatory EKGs and blood work. The ID has a mobile Vet Crew that travels around the state for 2 weeks in Mid February trying to test the 50 or so teams. They work out of Fairbanks for 3-4 days, so we usually test them then. If dogs can't be tested during this time (YQ teams or Lower 48 teams), they must be tested in Anchorage the week before the race starts.That means most YQ/ID dogs either have to make an additional trip to Anchorage or arrive there a week or so before the ID starts.Usually we like to leave SP K dogs at SP K for as long as possible - kinda like sleeping in your own bed - so, we'll see how this pans out.

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