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classicdmax last won the day on January 6

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About classicdmax

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  • Location
    rhode island
  • Interests
    camping, my son, my jeep, my sled

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  • Favorite Riding Area
    north woods
  • Club(s)
    osj, groveton trailblazers
  1. NHSA safety course

    I looked on maines website and didn’t see anything concerning safety course....maybe I didn’t look hard enough at this point I’ll be waiting until his birthday on feb 7
  2. NHSA safety course

    I’ll loom into it thanks
  3. NHSA safety course

    I get it, seen it myself this is his 5th year on a sled, 3rd on his current 370. I think he got a few more years before he’s on 600
  4. NHSA safety course

    Thanks for the input looks like we’ll be waiting til feb 7
  5. NHSA safety course

    I tried last night to initiate the online course for my 11yo son. I was aware that it is necessary for a 12yo rider, but did not know you couldn’t take test until he is actually 12yo. His birthday is beginning of February, and considering lack of snow now I guess it really doesnt matter. I thought I’ve read somewhere before of younger riders testing prior to 12 so they were ready to rock n role come bday time.....
  6. Joined 2 club will register when I make my way up there to ride when snow presents itself
  7. Snow Traveler

    Received my snow traveler, after it was dropped off by my friend....who had received my issue in his mail box at the other end of town. He also is a subscriber.
  8. No explanation of deer and cat?
  9. Trail signage issues

    I rode Maine last weekend for first time. Overall, signage was consistent always depicting trail designation # and direction of travel.....something I’ve mentioned here before that you don’t always find in NH
  10. Trail signage issues

    I would be for it. I share same sentiments on signage and have used nhsa app quite a bit this winter due to poor signage. when I am studying maps to plan a trip I’m looking at trail/corr numbers. I as well don’t care to see Smith/Jones trail. If you want to dedicate a trail, great. Primary labeling should include associated number
  11. Repair shop groveton area

    You’re absolutely right. I do have a multimeter but rarely use it to check resistance so am not totally familiar but do understand the concept. not sure at all that the part will fix the problem. I did find your link....but unfortunately for me I’m in Rhode Island, sled rests in groveton until I return this weekend to ride. I do t set aside a whole lot of extra time to diagnose/wrench on things. I figured to take the gamble on this part because of that. Hind-site probably easier to diagnose as opposed to removing grip and heating element. But giving my situation if it gets my son on that sled quicker, and improving his riding experience then win/win? I will at the very least have the part in hand next time I’m north for a fix as opposed to being empty handed after diagnosis I do appreciate your input and will at least at some point run through the motions of resistance testing
  12. Repair shop groveton area

    I have to remove hand grip and heater to replace this????WTF I was hoping the case would split
  13. Here's the data for a 2007 AC 2-stroke


  14. Repair shop groveton area

    Seems like throttle safety switch is part of same harness kill switch is associated with, so not really sure where the malfunction was. I just ordered what I think to be part needed so hopefully this will be a solution. $122, ouch.
  15. Repair shop groveton area

    No longer in need i disconnected kill switch and problem went away. Now just need to come up with a kill switch fix