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I just thought I would throw this out there, I live in London and have a CK3 chasis Mach Z (1998). I have accumulated some spare parts that I am willing to sell (headlight, original metal skis, black plastic skis, coils, black bumper, handle bar risers, raised seat - 4 inches higher than normal,tour buddy - never used still in original packaging etc.) I also have access to a US seller (onebad800 from dootalk) who I have purchased excellent quality parts from over the years.

I am interested in hearing from other CK3 sledders in hopes of starting to help each other out as reasonably priced parts become harder and harder to source.

I also like to ride and I can go usually on a moments notice, my start location is usually in Kirkton, Ontario, but hey I willing to go/meet anywhere.
 

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That's a great idea. I just bought my first ski doo. A formula 3 600. (Yes I knew of the problems with that year before I bought it). I am currently tearing it down to get it ready for this season. I'm pretty pumped for the whole process and I'll be leaning hard on the members of this forum to help me with all my questions!
 

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Great to hear from you. Sean at Mid City 4x4 here in London has a 98 Mach Z as well. He is also an electrical specialist. He can give you advice or if you want, he can "doo" the CDI and voltage regulator relocation for you. I recommend the CDI relocation, for BRP to place an electrical device on the belly in the lowest location where is susceptible to moisture and snow is in my opinion is stupidity be on belief. Same for the voltage regulator.

I also have a mechanic that works on my Mach Z, he has it running to perfection. Given that dealers are charging $90 per hour I thought I would throw that out there if you run into something that is you need help with.
 

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Mitchell, love that place for snowmobiling! Always get my gas at GOCO on the east side of town, then my Timmies next door and head out for 275 to 350 kms of riding! I always stop at the "Grain Bin" trail hut and talk to everyone to see which way to go to get the best trail riding conditions. This past season the trails south to Kirkton were "perfection." North to Palmerston also perfection! I cannot say enough good things about the groomers and club volunteers for those clubs. Keep in touch. PM me if you want to meet up and go sledding.
 
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