Thank you Dave Hiltz for letting me take your 22 Coupe for a spin....
Now that coupe makes sense for a snowmobile. I wondered why all that I see are roadsters.
What's all that white stuff on the ground?
Too much fun for me. Thanks for the news.
It was a great day to have some fun in the snow. Now just maybe I'll stop thinking of it as a 4 letter ward!
That looks like a blast! I would love the opportunity some day to drive a T snowmobile! I have driven my T when it was 14 degrees, it was fun, but mighty cool on the bare skin.
Dallas, if you leave the rear axle in the factory location and put the dummy axle ahead, the touring, tudor and fordor bodies are to wide for the tracks if you go over very steep uneven snowdrifts. My snowmobile is a shortened tudor body turned into a truck cab many years ago. I had to cut into the back of the door post area about 3 inches so the tracks would clear.
D. R. Currier, great pictures, how do you post them on the forum so large?