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  1. Jim’s from PA. I don’t think he rides alone. Otherwise really hope it wasn’t him.
  2. im4snow


    The below site may have some turnkey solutions. Also check the gps section of
  3. I had the Adventurer from Choko. I “upgraded” to a high-end Klim (forget the model but it was their most expensive). I like the Choko better. Choko is warmer with better pocket options. And did I mention noticeably warmer? Sold the Klim and went back to Choko Adventurer. Have heard great things about Doo’s Absolute Zero......but it’s nearly 2x the cost of an Adventurer.
  4. Always look forward to your posts Mike. Please keep them coming. John
  5. Ceiling fans in the garage. 👍🏻
  6. im4snow


    The info's a little dated but see page 8 from this link..... You can probably get more details regarding powering a device etc on Dootalk's GPS forum (my example in the link above was a '14 800). At the time I used an automotive GPS with QB trails from Trakmaps. I had no issues in below 0F temps with the screen. And I thought the GPS I used was big enough to be functional while riding. I found the Trakmaps maps to be very precise. I didn't expect it but I was looking at the GPS a lot while riding as it'll show upcoming turns (major and minor). Amazing how much detail was provided.
  7. Gonna hold out for the Tesla pick up truck. Should self drive us to Quebec.
  8. Could start with charging stations at the ballet's .....
  9. Always thought it would be convenient to plumb in the running board tanks like they use on the Irondog race sleds (done aftermarket). If it were turnkey and fairly inexpensive it seems like a good way to go.
  10. Just curious how the QB Gov taxes the farmers? A higher real estate tax? Or some other tax?
  11. Good approach and prolly the only way to fly with that many peeps. More than 3-4 and I'll usually take a pass on the trip.....from experience. Too far of a drive to screw the pooch with unecessary shenanigans.
  12. Almost 17 mpg (228/13.5)......impressive. On my 800 etec I could get 15.5 running moderately and on tight snow. WAY better than the old days.