Two 8" Woody's Slim Jim Dooly Arctic Cat Snowmobiles Sa8-9750 on 2040-parts.com
Maine or Indiana Warehouse, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:SA8-9750
Woody's Slim Jim Dooly
TWO-8" Slim Jim Dooly 60° Carbide Runners
PERFORMANCE DOOLY IS 31% LIGHTER AND MORE AGGRESSIVE - WOODY'S NEW SLIM JIM DOOLY, THE ORIGINAL DOOLY WAS DESIGNED TO REDUCE THE FRONT SKIS JERKING AS THEY HUNTED FOR THE TRACK OF THE SNOWMOBILES THAT HAD GONE BEFORE. THIS REDUCTION IN FRONT END DARTING ALLOWED YOU TO REGAIN CONFIDENCE IN YOUR RIDING ABILITIES BECAUSE YOU COULD TRUST YOUR FRONT END CONTROL TRACTION, ASSERTIVE RIDERS NEED TO BE ABLE TO READ TRACTION AS THEY MANEUVER THROUGH CHANGING TRAIL CONFIGURATIONS AND GROUND CONDITIONS, THE NEW SLIM JIM EMBODIES THE ANT-DART AND ADDS SUPERB CORNERING CONTROL, THE SLIM JIM ENHANCED CORNERING CAPABILITIES ALLOW YOU TO TAKE IT TO THE EDGE OF TRACTION AND FEEL COMFORTABLE ENOUGH TO BRING IT THERE AND BACK WHEN AND IF YOU NEED TO, THAT LEVEL OF RIDING CAN ONLY BE ACHIEVED BY THOSE WHO ARE ABLE TO TRUST THEIR TRACTION
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