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Procross - Proclimb Chassis General Discussion General talk regarding 2012 & newer

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So a head count on who bought a new 2018 sled

So how bout a thread on who bought a new cat this spring?

Purchased an 18 ZR 6000 ES. $9,849.00 before tax and License. Can't wait for Winter to get here!
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Already bought ... 2018 8000 DSI C-tec2 Limited 137
After 300+ miles, I love it so far .... even being 100% stock ! It's the best over-all ProCross I have owned to date.
Summer time changes will be an Ice Attack XT pre-studded track (going to try one and see how it compared to studding the "old fashioned" way....), shock upgrades over the OEM QS3s, aftermarket skis (may go back to USI triple threats again), and looking at wraps.....

Glad I have it now to work on over the summer and not having to wait for it to show up this fall to do all these things.....
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Nice looking sled: I am going to add a tall windshield to mine with mirrors, goggle bag and the dash hookup for a heated shield and might upgrade the headlights to the LED;s depending on how much of a discount I get on parts this time around. Question though for ya. Can you take a pic of the skid frame. I am wondering what the idler wheels are on yours. I will be putting ice Scratchers on and the picture that cat has on there website shows the wheels would be in my way on the 18 compared to my 15.
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Nice looking sled: I am going to add a tall windshield to mine with mirrors, goggle bag and the dash hookup for a heated shield and might upgrade the headlights to the LED;s depending on how much of a discount I get on parts this time around. Question though for ya. Can you take a pic of the skid frame. I am wondering what the idler wheels are on yours. I will be putting ice Scratchers on and the picture that cat has on there website shows the wheels would be in my way on the 18 compared to my 15.
I can grab pics of the rails over the weekend.

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