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  1. 3 points
    You’ve made your point. Ad nauseum. You’re going to Maine. Send us a digital postcard when you settle in (we don’t need to read six threads and twenty posts from you bitching about the price of stamps)...
  2. 2 points
    classicdmax

    New Trailer

    First trailer for sleds, second ProLine to own. Purchased my first enclosed ProLine in 2017 for work/construction. Spent lots of time/money setting up interior to flow well for every day needs. Trailers are top quality, built well and home grown in NH! number two followed me home last weekend. I plan to insulate ceiling for some reason.....load it up and haul machines north for the winter thanksgiving weekend. anyone in the market for a trailer Id certainly give these guys a look. A bit more expensive but the extra dough spent is well worth a long term investment. These trailers are top notch
  3. 2 points
    rossi46

    Electric recreational vehicles

    Nothing is better than the smell of 2 stroke. Nothing.
  4. 2 points
    gunmaker

    Electric recreational vehicles

    I'd rather run out of gas out on the trail than run out of battery
  5. 2 points
    gunmaker

    New Trailer

    YUP. Bought ours in 2014. GREAT place and people
  6. 2 points
    pathfinder

    Bear Brook Swap Meet Interview

    Here's a Youtube link to an Interview that was done last fall at the Bear Brook State Park Vintage Swap Meet. Some old guy with a bunch of red things. Enjoy! pathfinder
  7. 2 points
    jhwentworth

    Any sleds not ridden in Pittsburg

    Until you find out that his wife's name is Ella Snall.
  8. 2 points
    jhwentworth

    random photo thread

    Pretty good display today.
  9. 1 point
    Saluda

    Contact List

    I vote for lights.
  10. 1 point
    Had a 90 Polaris Indy 500 liquid advertised on CL, and found a buyer from the Lakes Region. Had to work until 5 yesterday and he came up and was due here around 8-8:30. At 8:15 I get a text that he is stuck at the end of my road. ( Hey! It's Pittsburg, people get stuck all the time, Right!) Text him back, On my Way. Grab a tow strap and off I go. Get to the end of the road and find out he's not stuck, but driving a small Chev pickup two wheel drive and just can't make the hill. Have him and his lady friend jump in my truck and head to the house, show him the sled, which he loves, pays me, and then try and figure out the best way to get it the .8 mile to his waiting pickup. I have a two place with a 1 3/4 in tongue, and currently have a 2" ball on my truck. He says no problem, "why don't we tow the sled to his truck with my wheeler (a 500 one lunger Quest). Now he and his lady friend are dressed in sweat shirts, no gloves, no hat's. Long story short both of them pile onto the non running Indy and off we go on an extremely arctic, evening cruise down an icy, snow covered, dirt road, moving pretty good on hills or it would spin. Finally get to the last obstacle, long downhill with his truck at the bottom, crawling down for fear the sled was going to tap me from behind. By this time my two shadows in the night were about popsicled out, but happy we all survived. Made it, loaded the sled into the pickup and sped back home, hoping my face would not fall off as I found a new appreciation for my wood stove. Got a text thanking me for my help and suggested he had a friend that might want another sled I have and if he came back he would bring a film crew so we might make an episode of "Rediculousness". Pittsburg, gotta love it......... pathfinder
  11. 1 point
    Bitter sweet to the snow. Still have lots of trail work to do. Ground is far from frozen, we need more colder days before real snow.
  12. 1 point
    pathfinder

    Electric recreational vehicles

    Especially if it's KLOTZ! pathfinder
  13. 1 point
    Old Thumper

    Attn: Vintage Snowmobile Enthusiasts

    Sold - chk PM
  14. 1 point
    pathfinder

    Attn: Vintage Snowmobile Enthusiasts

    Thump! I love to take that off your hands. It is a fugly sign, but has good bones! pathfinder
  15. 1 point
    pekabu

    How to get to the best riding area fast

    A little video of the Air Force Ospreys supporting snowmobiles in the field. https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/30880/air-force-cv-22-ospreys-have-a-new-snowmobile-extraction-and-insertion-configuration?xid=fbshare&fbclid=IwAR2tN_9U_xa26q7JHugirWNcc2baAdQ9vhPWhK9U4T8rxJEubmiKCQG4cyU
  16. 1 point
    snorander

    Any sleds not ridden in Pittsburg

    These two have never been ridden in Pittsburg.....
  17. 1 point
    gunmaker

    random photo thread

  18. 1 point
    pathfinder

    Any sleds not ridden in Pittsburg

    Who the heck has sleds for sale in Pittsburg? pathfinder
  19. 1 point
    PolarisCobra

    Any sleds not ridden in Pittsburg

    My favorite is 'was my wifes sled'.
  20. 1 point
    jhwentworth

    Any sleds not ridden in Pittsburg

    No, Renegades are ridden exclusively in Pittsburg and Northern Maine.. That's why they have 5,000 miles on a 2-year old sled. Another sled driven in the Lake's region with 1500 miles would be worth much less.
  21. 1 point
    noxorc

    Any sleds not ridden in Pittsburg

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/841629469193112/for_sale_search/?forsalesearchtype=for_sale&availability=available&query=renegade&epa=SEARCH_BOX
  22. 1 point
    Sorry if I mis-interpreted some of your posts over the past months. My impression is that you want to be able to do some off trail riding (led me to the assumption that you already do some, maybe I was incorrect about that), think that the speed limit is too low (others agree, but don't seem to see a clear path to changing it), and that the registration increase will drive many riders to other states, notably Maine. This is because of lower registration and housing costs, lack of speed limits, and off trail opportunities in Maine. I will be the first to say that I don't understand all the ins and outs of the things that go into changing any of this. From where I live in Mass, it's difficult to get more involved, although I do understand that isn't a great excuse. For me, given that I cannot get more involved in the inner workings of things, I'm willing to accept what is available. I do understand that Maine is fundamentally different than NH. Much more space, the land is more open, much more of it is logging or farms, or just forest when there is no snow on the ground. Therefore, winter use permissions are different. There are probably other laws that are different that I know I don't fully understand. The laws, customs and rules have evolved differently for a number of reasons, and I don't think its likely that they will converge any time soon. I think that part of the housing price difference has to do with lower economic opportunists in Maine, I have relatives there who struggle to find work. Some towns are really struggling there compared to years past for sure. That issue exists in NH as well, but I believe to a lesser extent. When there is no work, housing prices are lower (I think you can buy an abandoned house in the area around Detroit for nearly nothing these days.) Not a big problem if you are buying a vacation home, and don't plan to work there. But - homes out of the towns, with trail access and more space tend to be somewhat more expensive, if they have comparable square footage and amenities. Bottom line, if there is no concerted effort in NH, by people who want to do some off trail riding, to open up some areas, nothing will change. The people and clubs maintaining trails today don't seem to have much incentive to do the work to create off trail areas, and when people go off trail, causing trouble between the landowners and club, you can't really blame them for being frustrated with people going off trail, and getting land closed off. As for speed limits, if no one steps up with a strong argument and lobbies the NHSA, BOT, and whoever else in in the decision paths to get support for changing the rules, they are not going to change. I keep reading that younger people generally are not getting involved with clubs. (Not meaning you specifically, I clearly don't know what your involvement is.) Maybe its a generational thing, maybe they don't feel welcome, there are probably lots of reasons. What I am pretty sure of is that people posting on Facebook (or wherever) (again, not pointing at you specifically) that they will ride where they want, don't care about the rules, and have no intention of getting involved isn't going to help get anything changed.
  23. 1 point
    Why beat around the bush just come out and say you don't like the increase! (doesn’t mix with what the younger Americans want to do) Most not all young Americans are to lazy and cheap to do anything that mommy and daddy won't pay for! Enjoy Maine before they go up.
  24. 1 point
    jhwentworth

    random photo thread

    Not much like summer.
  25. 1 point
    MTNBYKR

    random photo thread