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that's a sweet ride csfi. have to use the winch any?
No sir, not even close. Had to engage diff lock on a very steep climb with lots of snow on it. I was impressed to say the least with it capabilities.
 
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If I remember correctly. Just at $4000
 

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Seems a bit pricey to me but I bet that it does wonders for driving through snow.

Are you using the Pioneer for something other than just getting around? I'm curious if running on tracks makes the Pioneer better or worse at performing more utilitarian functions.
 

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Shipped they were around $4500, as far as pricy goes. They are allot cheaper than having 5 snow mobiles around for the people that I'm taking with me into the mountains. Not to mention most smaller women have trouble horsing a snow machine around.

Also these are the Camoplast Tatou T4S tracks which means they are a 4 season track.............mud, snow, dirt, doesn't matter. I won't leave them on though for anything but snow as they slow the machine down too much for fair weather riding.
 

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yea 4000 for tracks vs 10000 for a ski sounds good, but what about the $12K pioneer MSRP...

no 4K isn't bad at all but I'm saying count it all or count none of it.
Can't drive a 10K snow machine on dirt trails, it just lets you use your Pioneer in all conditions without having to have all the snow machines around too. Thats all.
 

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I just ran down a couple snow machines trespassing on one of my trails this weekend. The BH's didn't have all that much trouble getting me up on them. I don't get some people. Is it that hard to read a "do not enter "sign that's posted on both sides of the trail mouth? I know it's a little off topic, you guys just reminded me how irritated I was.
 

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I just ran down a couple snow machines trespassing on one of my trails this weekend. The BH's didn't have all that much trouble getting me up on them. I don't get some people. Is it that hard to read a "do not enter "sign that's posted on both sides of the trail mouth? I know it's a little off topic, you guys just reminded me how irritated I was.
sounds like you need a lil off pace hoop d hoops on it lol
 
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