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just bought an 09 crossfire 800 r, just curious what problems i should look for, also any good websites for aftermarket parts, skis, windshield, exhaust, and also what would i need to do to fit a 141'' track on my sled, also where would i find this
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Congrats!..How many miles on the sled? Inspect clutches and springs, might wanna make sure the oil in the DD has been changed in the last year or two.. This are very tough sleds and dont need much. Also inspect idler wheels for bearing play....

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thanks, and the sled has 5,000 miles, but i plan on rebuilding the motor this spring just to start fresh, any suggestions on ski's, something that handles better
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