Topic: Re: Sled parked with the track up or track down ?
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Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see No, really, the intelligent ones don`t. Run them full throttle, that is. That is about the fastest way to sieze a cold snowmachine engine there is. In cold weather you lift the track off the ground, or tip the sled on its side, and run the engine JUST FAST ENOUGH TO SPIN THE TRACK! It warms up and loosens up the drive belt, chaincase, and track enough that you will not burn the belt when you try to get moving.
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