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#1 Sweet82


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Posted 17 November 2003 - 06:43 PM

Got my first chance to drive my Forester in the Snow Yesterday:banana:

What a great Snowmobile. Went through powder and crust a little over a foot deep and it didn't even slip.:D

Just left a line in the snow shaped like my undercarrage!

I used it to pack a trail for use as the winter progresses so lesser vehicles will have a path to follow, such as the Honda CRV I passed, stuck on the side of the road.

My only regret is no D/R tranny. A low range would have made the initial trail braking easier to do at lower speeds.

Looking forward to a snowy winter with my new snowmobile.

82 Hatch, wants to go play in the snow now....
01 Forester, loves the snow!

#2 ScoobySchmitty


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Posted 18 November 2003 - 09:27 AM

Another satisfied customer :D Now if we could only get GM to stop producing subes and have them imported, we'd be in better (though more expensive) shape.

#3 Snowman


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Posted 18 November 2003 - 03:08 PM

Soobs are usually good for three feet of snow with no problems if they've got good tires. Mine will out-do my parents' chevy pickup in the snow nine times out of ten.

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