my bad ill try to dumb down my reading perception of your posts.again it's rare ATV's/UTV's is growing and have their own trails but will not be taking over/joining snowmobilers trails anytime soon.
No atv's can't be used on snowmobile trails. You'll get a ticket and some pissed off snowmobiler's wanting to kick your ass...
Quad's ruin the trails with rut's which make sleds go all over the place and is dangerous when at high speeds for novice riders.
Yes it needs to be registered to be on a trail, the side of road or on a Lake. You can register them online on the WI DNR website or at a local DNR office.
Make sure the sled you buy has a registration card that the vin/serial# which is on the tunnel matches the card as that is essentially the title.
Make sure it doesn't have any bent suspension up front or a bent tunnel from rolling or hitting something. Look it over well comparing both sides to one another. Go over it thoroughly and check the track for excessive wear or pulled picks as well as the bogie wheels condition making sure they all move easily, check the ski's, brake pads, check hood and belly pan for cracks and test the shock's. And always do a compression test on one before you buy it. Remember that every little thing you can nitpick the seller down is to your advantage within reason. Being able to ride the one you are buying in the snow is a huge help in deciding on a used sled.
All brands are good though I prefer Skidoo then Yamaha, Acrtic Cat/Polaris. I've been riding my whole life and have owned them all easily over a dozen sleds. Have a Skidoo Rev X 800h.o currently and a Polaris 550f fan cooled for a ice fishing sled. If you are not a speed junky looking to go real fast on the trail you'll be fine on any brand 600cc sled, when you go with bigger cc motor's you lose fuel economy.
Figure out a budget on what you are willing to spend and we can point you in the right direction. Oh and reverse is always a nice option to have...
first line. of your first fucking post.Misinformation not found... Crying not found either... nice try.:lmao:
The Orginal question that the OP asked was can you ride ATV's on Snowmobile Trails...Do you just keep posting the same article and saying you won the nonexistent argument?
Apparently you're too stupid to read a map. Carry on.The Orginal question that the OP asked was can you ride ATV's on Snowmobile Trails...
I am correct and you gheys are wrong and won't admit it or are too damn dumb to realize it... Quit getting it twisted, Snowmobile trails and ATV trails are different. Deal with it chump!
Apparently you are too stupid to realize ATV trails and Snowmobile trails are two separate things...The ones you tards are talikng about are short routes connecting different systems together because theres no other option...Apparently you're too stupid to read a map. Carry on.
Well I guess I'll post this extremely rare map yet again.Apparently you are too stupid to realize ATV trails and Snowmobile trails are two separate things...The ones you tards are talikng about are short routes connecting different systems together because theres no other option...
I'm tapping out on this one. You lost any credibility to me when you classified your canam and fox body as "cool" and assumed I would be jealous of either. :hsughlol:
Sorry, things get side tracked when window lickers join.Oh sheesh! It’s getting real in here!!
Still, I appreciate the info though. It’s all new to me.