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Old 12-03-2015, 03:16 AM
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This is my first post on this forum but I have been lurking around here for years Two years ago I bought a 2008 Snowhawk 800 enduro 136" and now its time to make some changes to it. First I would like to try a straight ski adapter and a new ski. I know the Timbersled ski is good, but I wonder if anyone has tried the Yeti Maxkeel ski?
Also were can I get a straight adapter? Anyone have a used one they would like to sell?

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Old 12-03-2015, 07:44 PM
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Word on the street is the yeti is a little better at everything.. Floats better for these heavy things
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[QUOTE=Grr;1004150]Word on the street is the yeti is a little better at everything..

I'll be chomping at the bit till it shows .

The TS/S is on her ride and does very well also , it's just not what I've wanted on my ride . It has more feed back than I care for so I've been running the Gen II , random face plants keep the scruples aligned
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I can't believe you use a gen 2. I couldn't even carve s corner without fall over from no grip.

Welcome to the forum. I can get a ski adapter made for you and I stock TS skis.



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Word on the street is the yeti is a little better at everything..

I'll be chomping at the bit till it shows .

The TS/S is on her ride and does very well also , it's just not what I've wanted on my ride . It has more feed back than I care for so I've been running the Gen II , random face plants keep the scruples aligned
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Old 12-07-2015, 01:17 PM
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Send a few more pic's of the riding over there when you get some snow!
Good luck with the updates.
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Old 12-08-2015, 03:17 AM
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Actually we already have lots of snow, but my engine needs rebuild before any riding, burnt one of my sylinders:-(
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Talked to Yeti, they have a Snowhawk adapter for the Maxkeel ski in the works.
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