It is my brothers sled. My wife was riding it when it popped, and I was hoping to get it back out in two weeks. Sucks when you have to fix someone elses stuff when you break it, but such is life. I was told 2 1/2 to 3 weeks out to have it redone. I found one in VT that I will most likely get, but I thought I would give this a shot first. Anyone know how much for a cylinder exchange?DeerHuntr said:US chrome can put a rush on your cylinder for a little extra$$$$$$$. Got mine back in under 2 weeks about this time last year ( paid for next day air shipping there and back). You can also look through SnoTech for people who have ads for cylinder exchange, may get you going a little quicker. Sucks big time, I was in your position last year and missed out on the best riding of the season, now my sled is running good and we have "edit for bad language" snow, go figure.
Thanks for the input. I will call danners tomorrow. They are great. They fixed my 800 seal last year and got me a new belt under warrantee too. Hopefully they have one in stock.tenbones said:Danners has had instock 10 days ago picked up a set for my 600 HO.
Good folks seem to Know there stuff. Only dealer I found that would even talk about the Ring thing!