Polaris Timbersled ARO 120, 120LE, 120 LE Premium, SX120 Manual PDF

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POLARIS and Timbersled are trademarks of POLARIS Industries Inc... Copyright 2018 Polaris Industries Inc... All information contained within this publication is based on the latest product information at the time of publication... Due to constant improvements in the design and quality of production components, some minor discrepancies may result between the actual vehicle and the information presented in this publication... Depictions and/or procedures in this publication are intended for reference use only... No liability can be accepted for omissions or inaccuracies... Any reprinting or reuse of the depictions and/or procedures contained within, whether whole or in part, is expressly prohibited... Loctite is a registered trademark of Henkel AG & Co...

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Thank you for purchasing a POLARIS vehicle, and welcome to our world-wide family of POLARIS enthusiasts... Be sure to visit us online at www... polaris... com for the latest news, new product introductions, upcoming events, career opportunities and more... Here at POLARIS we proudly produce an exciting line of utility and recreational products... We believe POLARIS sets a standard of excellence for all utility and recreational vehicles manufactured in the world today... Many years of experience have gone into the engineering, design, and development of your POLARIS vehicle, making it the finest machine weve ever produced...

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The following signal words and symbols appear throughout this manual... Your safety is involved when these words and symbols are used... Become familiar with their meanings before reading the manual...

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Introduction ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 7 Safety ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 9 Features ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 25 The Perfect Fit ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 27 Pre-Ride Inspection ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 33 Operation ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 37 Maintenance ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 41 Specification ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 55 Warranty ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 65 Maintenance Log ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 69

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PRESERVATION OF THE ENVIRONMENT Timbersled is committed to supporting an environmental education campaign... We encourage state and provincial governments across the snowbelt to adopt rigorous safety training programs that encourage protection of our environment, including wildlife and vegetation... Clubs and other organizations are working together to protect our environment... Please support their efforts and operate your snow bike with consideration for the protection and preservation of our environment...

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VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS Whenever corresponding about a Timbersled, be sure to refer to the vehicle identification number (VIN) and the serial number... The VIN and serial number decal q can be found on the top of the chassis... Record your Timbersleds serial number in the spaces provided...

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SAFETY OPERATOR SAFETY Follow the recommended maintenance program on page 41 to ensure that all critical components on the snow bike are thoroughly inspected at specific intervals outlined in the Periodic Maintenance Chart... Your dealer can perform this service...

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RIDING POSITION Operating a Timbersled requires skill and balance for proper control... Rider positions may vary with experience and the features available on some models, but under many conditions the proper position is to be seated with both hands on the handlebar grips for proper throttle, brake, and steering control... See your host bikes owners manual for proper riding position...

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Always observe all state and local laws governing snow bike operation and speed limits... Always be alert and pay attention to the trail ahead... If your speed is 40 MPH (64 km/h), your snow bike is traveling about 60 feet (18 m) per second... If you look back for only two seconds, your snow bike will travel about 120 feet (36 m)... If your speed is 60 MPH (96 km/h), your snow bike will travel about 180 feet (55 m) in two seconds... Traveling at night requires extra caution... If your host bike is equipped with a headlight, check headlight and taillight to ensure proper operation, and dont over-drive your headlight beam... Always be able to bring your snow bike to a stop in the distance illuminated by the headlight...

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DRIVER AWARENESS Slow down when traveling near poles, posts, or other obstacles... Be especially alert if you're snow biking after dark... Always be on the alert for wire fences... Single strands are especially dangerous, since there may be a great distance between posts... Guy wires on utility poles are also difficult to distinguish... Make sure the way is clear before crossing railroads and other roads and highways... The noise of your snow bike will drown out the sound of approaching vehicles... Look ahead, behind, and to both sides before turning or crossing railroad tracks or highways... Steep embankments may also hide your view... Always leave yourself a way out...

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The avalanche information provided in this manual should be considered basic information and is not intended to replace your participation in an avalanche safety training course... After reviewing the avalanche information in this manual, be sure to participate in an avalanche safety training course before riding in mountainous terrain... The training course will provide more information as well as the opportunity to practice riding and using proper search and recovery techniques...

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GET TO KNOW YOUR SAFETY GEAR Following the safety gear and apparel recommendations will increase your chances of survival if you encounter an avalanche or become stranded in the backcountry, but even experienced and properly-equipped snow bikers, hikers and skiers perish in avalanches or succumb to hypothermia... Using a beacon or probe for the first time during an avalanche recovery operation, or not knowing how to deploy your avalanche air bag backpack during a slide, should be considered UNACCEPTABLE to you and all members of your riding group... Its critical that you and all members of your riding group know how to use the safety gear... While you may know how to use your gear, you may have to rely on your riding group to find you in an avalanche... Make sure they know how to use their gear...

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GET THE PICTURE Slopes steeper than 30 are more prone to avalanches, but any slope should be considered avalanche terrain, even small slopes with trees... Low-angle slopes are also avalanche terrain if they have steeper slopes above them...

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GET THE FORECAST Make a riding plan based on the current avalanche and weather forecast... It is important to remember that overnight weather conditions may have created unsafe riding terrain that was considered safe the day before... Visit www... avalanche... org or scan the QR code... Follow the page links to locate current avalanche reports and conditions for your area of operation...

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Always research current avalanche conditions in your area of operation before riding... Check with local law enforcement, resort or lodging personnel, gas station attendants and other riders to learn about current conditions and any advisories in the area...

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North American Public Avalanche Danger Scale Avalanche danger is determined by the likelihood, size and distribution of avalanches...

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WARNING Inadequate cooling and lubrication will lead to overheating of the slide rail and track, causing premature wear, damage and failure, which can result in serious injury... Reduce speeds and frequently drive into fresh snow to allow adequate cooling and polishing of the slide rail and track surfaces... Avoid operating for

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If you're unable to continue up a hill, turn the snow bike downhill before it loses momentum... If this isn't possible, spin the track just enough to dig in to prevent it from rolling back down the hill... Stop the engine and set the parking brake (if equipped)... Keeping away from the downhill side of the snow bike, pull the rear of the snow bike around and point the front end and skis downhill... Remount the snow bike, restart the engine, release the parking brake (if equipped), and descend the hill carefully...

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When traveling in a group of snow bikes, don't tailgate (follow too closely)... Leave enough distance between snow bikes to provide ample stopping room and to provide protection from flying snow and debris... Allow even more distance when driving on slippery surfaces or when driving in darkness or other low visibility conditions... Be aware of any traffic around your vehicle... Drive defensively to avoid accidents...

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SAFETY LABELS AND LOCATIONS Safety and warning labels have been placed on the vehicle for the operator's protection... Make sure the operator understands the information on all labels... If any label becomes illegible or comes off, contact your POLARIS dealer for a replacement... Replacement safety labels are provided by POLARIS at no charge... The part number is printed on the label... The safety labels are located on the tunnel/cowling of your snow bike...

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ACCESSORY WARNING WARNING Suspension travel reduces distance between exhaust and tunnel... ALWAYS position cargo and accessories to avoid contact with engine, exhaust, or moving components... FAILURE TO COMPLY MAY RESULT IN SUSPENSION INTERFERENCE OR FIRE AND BURN HAZARD...

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q Tunnel w Track e Brake System r Drive Chain t Chain Case y Front Shock u Rear Shock i Rail o Track Tensioning Block a Ski s Spindle d Ski Skags f Jack Shaft g Chain Slider h Chain Case Chain j Drive Shaft

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ACCESSORIES Timbersled offers a wide range of accessories for your snow bike to help make each ride more enjoyable... Use only Timbersled parts and accessories on your Timbersled snow bike... Use of unapproved parts and accessories may result in:

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Step 3: Adjust shock clickers (if equipped) for ride quality... For models equipped with monotube shocks, always adjust the rear track shock spring preload to enhance bottoming resistance...

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SHOCK COMPRESSION DAMPING (120 LE, 120 SX, 120 SX RACE, 129 LE, AND 137 LE MODELS) The primary adjustment for overall vehicle balance is Rear Track Shock (RTS) spring preload... Perform this adjustment first... After adjusting RTS spring preload to your satisfaction, compression damping adjustments can be made to control ride quality and bottoming resistance... To stop bottoming of the front or rear suspension (stiffer ride), rotate the clicker (s) clockwise one click at a time (as viewed from the right side of the Timbersled), then test ride... Repeat the adjustment until bottoming stops and the desired ride quality is achieved...

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REAR TRACK SHOCK SPRING SETTINGS Always perform shock spring preload adjustments with the weight of the vehicle removed from the shock and with the shock at full extension... If adjustments to the factory-installed springs are not sufficient for riders over 300 lbs... (136 kg), optional stiffer springs are available... Your Timbersled dealer can assist...

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TSS SHOCK TUNING The TSS suspension system is intended to work in harmony with the in track rear suspension that create a dual rear suspension feel that is unique to a Timbersled snow bike... It is not intended to have a soft squishy feel like the stock motorcycle rear suspension... It is important to not try and tune it to feel this way... For maximum suspension performance follow the tuning instructions... The TSS shock is preset from the factory with 260 psi... This is tuned best for a 150 lbs... to 200 lbs... rider... Your kit includes a 300 psi Fox Float air pump to adjust the spring rate and preload of the TSS shock... Your shock will have a sticker on it with the air pressure tuning parameters and recommendations to best fit your body weight...

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5... For a more refined tuning method the TSS shock has an O-ring on the outer shock body... This O-ring is intended to be a gauge to show how much travel you are using... The TSS shock has a max travel distance of 1... 5 to bottom out... It is recommended that the targeted amount of shock travel used is 1-1/ 8 of stroke... Tune in increments of 25 psi to accomplish perfect calibration...

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PRE-RIDE INSPECTION PRE-RIDE CHECKLIST Inspect all items on the checklist for proper operation or condition before each use of the snow bike... Procedures are outlined in the referenced sections...

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PRE-RIDE SUSPENSION INSPECTION Loose nuts and bolts can reduce your snow bike's reliability and cause needless repairs and down time... Before beginning any ride, a visual inspection will uncover potential problems... Check the following items on a weekly basis or before any long trip...

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Before driving, manually turn the ski to the left and right to be sure ice and snow are not interfering with full left and right steering... If difficulty is encountered, remove ice and snow build-up that may be obstructing the steering linkage or front ski and skags... Ensure fork clamps, spindle and ski bolts, and front axle bolt are torqued properly...

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NOTICE To gain 100% braking performance, Timbersled recommends performing 20 50 stop cycles of the Timbersled Brake System before first ride... Brake cycles should be performed at a slow controlled speed in a flat, open environment...

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Drive with extra caution during the break-in period... Perform regular checks on fluid levels, lines, and all other important areas of the snow bike...

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Inadequate cooling and lubrication will lead to overheating of the slide rail and track, resulting in premature wear and failure... Reduce speeds and frequently drive into fresh snow to allow adequate cooling and polishing of the slide rail and track surfaces... Avoid operating on ice, hard-packed surfaces or roads...

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DEEP LUG TRACK OPERATION Deep lug tracks are designed specifically for operation in deep snow conditions... Operation with deep lug tracks on low snow, hard-packed trails, ice, or at high speeds may cause track overheating, track lug separation, and/or rail slide damage... Track damage attributed to track overheating and/or lug separation is not covered under the Timbersled limited warranty policy...

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DAILY STORAGE At the end of each ride, park the vehicle on a level surface and support it at the rear with an appropriate track stand... The track should be suspended approximately 4 inches (10 cm) off the ground... Remove the key (if applicable) and cover the vehicle...

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TIMBERSLED RECOMMENDED MAINTENANCE PROGRAM Always follow recommended regular maintenance and perform service checks as outlined in this manual... Record maintenance and service in the Maintenance Log... The recommended maintenance schedule on your vehicle calls for service and maintenance inspections at 150 miles (240 km), 500 miles (800 km) and 1000 miles (1600 km)... These inspections should be performed by a qualified service technician... For continued optimum performance and component life, continue maintenance checks at 1000 mile (1600 km) intervals...

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PERIODIC MAINTENANCE INTERVAL TABLE The following chart is a guide based on average riding conditions... You may need to increase frequency based on riding conditions... When inspection reveals the need for replacement parts, always use genuine Timbersled parts, available from your Timbersled dealer...

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I - INSPECT (CLEAN, ADJUST, TIGHTEN, LUBRICATE, REPLACE IF NECESSARY) C - CLEAN, R - REPLACE, L - LUBRICATE

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LUBRICATION CHAIN LUBRICATION Lubricate the chains every 8 to 10 hours of operation... We have found that the use of Maxima Chain Wax for O- ring chains works best... It is recommended to lift the track off the ground... Start the bike and put it into first gear and let the clutch out allowing the drive system to spin... Slowly spray lube directly onto the chain rollers and O-rings, soaking the chain... This will allow good penetration into the moving chain parts...

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2... Inspect the rail slide regularly for wear and replace them if they have thin spots... Rail slide wear can be prevented by making sure snow is spraying on them when riding on the trail... It is recommended to install ice scratchers on the rails if frequently riding on hard pack snow conditions... The rails are pre drilled for this... Ice Scratchers and rail slides can be purchased through Timbersled or most snow bike shops...

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BRAKES HYDRAULIC BRAKE INSPECTION Inspect the brake lever reserve before each use of the snow bike... See page 36... Brake pads must be replaced when the brake pad material becomes thinner than 1/16 inch (1... 5 mm)... A kit is available for replacing brake pads... Your Timbersled dealer can assist...

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BRAKE FLUID The brake fluid level can be seen through a plastic sight glass in the brake reservoir... If the fluid is sufficient, the sight glass will be black... If the sight glass is any color other than black, add brake fluid... Replace brake fluid at least every two years with DOT 4 high temperature brake fluid, or an equivalent product...

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During the bleeding procedure, keep the brake handle as level as possible... The reservoir must be in this position to minimize the possibility of air entering the system through the reservoir vent...

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TFS (TIMBERSLED FIXED STRUT) MODELS Check the drive chain tension before riding... Position a ruler behind the top chord of the drive chain halfway between the counter shaft sprocket and the jack shaft sprocket... Position and steady the ruler so it does not move as chain free-play is measured... Measure a total of to 5/8 up and down free play on the top side of the chain... Do this by pinching the chain with your fingers and lightly pushing and pulling up and down... If the chain needs to be adjusted, loosen both 15 mm frame rail slide bolts located on the right side of the Timbersled... Next, loosen the 13 mm inner jam nut on the inner frame tension adjuster bolt... Adjust the tensioner bolt in or out to achieve the correct chain tension... Re-torque the jam nut to 25 Nm... Re-torque the frame rail slide bolts to 60 Nm... Adjust the bolt as needed and tighten the jam nut... Recheck again for proper adjustment...

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CHAIN CASE CHAIN ADJUSTMENT It is recommended that you check the chain case chain adjustment each time the chain is lubed... Remove the fasteners that hold the chain case cover on... Place a ruler against the front side of the rear middle chain case cover bolt with the ruler facing forward reading from right to left towards the front of the Timbersled... Measure a total of 1/2 to 5/8 front to back free play on the back side of the chain... Do this by pinching the chain with your fingers and lightly pushing it front to back... If the chain needs to be adjusted, loosen the tensioner bolt from the inside of the side panel... Adjust as needed and tighten the bolt firmly... Check once more for proper adjustment...

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could cause serious injury or death... Never operate with a damaged track... Never rotate a damaged track under power...

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RAIL SLIDE WEAR Timbersled rail slides run along the bottom of the rail to prevent track wear... The rail slide should be inspected periodically and replaced when necessary... For ease of inspection, all Timbersled rail slides have a wear limit indicator groove w to indicate the minimum permissible slide thickness q... Replace the rail slides if they are worn to the top of the groove at any point along their length... Failure to do so may result in permanent damage to the track or rails...

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MATTE CLEAR COAT CLEANING (IF EQUIPPED) Matte finish products are prone to trapping dirt, oils and other contaminants... Timbersled recommends cleaning with warm water and a mild dish detergent... Use a soft sponge to gently rub the surface and rinse with clean warm water... For stubborn stains such as grease or oil, use a citrus based cleaner (3M Citrus Base Cleaner recommended)... Spray onto the area to be cleaned and rub with a soft sponge... Allow to sit for a couple of minutes and wash away with clean warm water... Repeat as necessary to clean the surface...

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CLEANING AND PRESERVATION Proper storage starts with cleaning, washing, and waxing the cowling, side panels, chassis, and plastic parts... Wipe down remaining surfaces with a damp cloth... Clean and touch up with paint any rusted or previously painted surfaces... Be sure that corrosive salt and acids are removed from surfaces before beginning preservation with waxes and rust inhibitors (grease, oil or paint)... The snow bike should be stored in a dry garage or shed, out of direct sunlight, and covered with a fabric snow bike cover... Plastic tarp may cause condensation to form and damage snow bike components...

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Overall Length - pivot to bumper (in... /cm... ) 63... 0 (160... 0)

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Overall Length - pivot to bumper (in... /cm... ) 63... 0 (160... 0)

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Overall Length - pivot to bumper (in... /cm... ) 63... 0 (160... 0)

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Track Width/Length/Height 11... 5 x 121 x 2... 5 Snowhawk Track

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Overall Length - pivot to bumper (in... /cm... ) 67... 5 (171... 5)

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Overall Length - pivot to bumper (in... /cm... ) 72 (182... 9)

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Overall Length - pivot to bumper (in... /cm... ) 72 (182... 9)

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q 60 Nm with Red Loc Tite 263 y 60 Nm with Blue Loc Tite 243

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q 4... 5 Nm with Blue 243 Loc Tite r Manufacturer 260 +/- 40 in... lbs...

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WARRANTY TIMBERSLED CONVERSION SYSTEMS LIMITED WARRANTY POLARIS Sales Inc... , 2100 Highway 55, Medina, MN 55340 (POLARIS) gives a 12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY on all components of your TIMBERSLED Conversion System against defects in material or workmanship... This warranty covers parts and dealer labor charges for repair or replacement of defective parts and begins on the date of purchase by the original retail purchaser... This warranty is transferable to another owner during the warranty period through a TIMBERSLED dealer, but any such transfer will not extend the original term of the warranty... The duration of this warranty may vary by international region based upon local laws and regulations... See your dealer for details and separate terms and conditions for any promotional warranties...

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THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE, AT POLARIS OPTION, REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF ANY DEFECTIVE MATERIALS, COMPONENTS, OR PRODUCTS... THE REMEDIES SET FORTH IN THIS WARRANTY ARE THE ONLY REMEDIES AVAILABLE TO ANY PERSON FOR BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY... POLARIS SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY TO ANY PERSON FOR INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES OF ANY DESCRIPTION, WHETHER ARISING OUT OF EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OR ANY OTHER CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE, OR OTHER TORT OR OTHERWISE... THIS EXCLUSION OF CONSEQUENTAL, INCIDENTAL AND SPECIAL DAMAGES IS INDEPENDENT FROM AND SHALL SURVIVE ANY FINDING THAT THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FAILED OF ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE...

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If you move to another country, be sure to contact TIMBERSLED Customer Assistance and the customs department of the destination country before you move... Product importation rules vary considerably from country to country... You may be required to present documentation of your move to TIMBERSLED in order to continue your warranty coverage... You may also be required to obtain documentation from TIMBERSLED in order to register your product in your new country... You should warranty register your product at a local TIMBERSLED dealer in your new country immediately after you move to continue your warranty coverage and to ensure that you receive information and notices regarding your Conversion System...

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EXPORTED PRODUCTS EXCEPT WHERE SPECIFICALLY REQUIRED BY LAW, THERE IS NO WARRANTY OR SERVICE BULLETIN COVERAGE ON THIS PRODUCT IF IT IS SOLD OUTSIDE THE COUNTRY OF THE SELLING DEALERS AUTHORIZED LOCATION... This policy does not apply to products that have received authorization for export from TIMBERSLED... Dealers may not give authorization for export... You should consult an authorized dealer to determine this products warranty or service coverage if you have any questions... This policy does not apply to products registered to government officials or military personnel on assignment outside the country of the selling dealers authorized location... This policy does not apply to Safety Bulletins...

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MAINTENANCE LOG MAINTENANCE LOG Present this section of your manual to your dealer each time your snowmobile is serviced... This will provide you and future owners with an accurate log of maintenance and services performed on the snowmobile...

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DATE HOURS TECHNICIAN SERVICE PERFORMED / COMMENTS

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D Disabled Operators ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 12 Drive Chain Tension ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 49 Driver Awareness ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 12 Driving Downhill ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 20 Driving in Hilly Terrain ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 20 Driving on Slippery Surfaces ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 19 Driving Responsibly ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 21

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S Safety Symbols ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 4 Shock Compression Damping ... ... ... ... ... ... 28 Skag Replacement ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 52 Ski Maintenance... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 51 Ski Skags ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 52 Slide Rail and Track Cooling ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 38 Snow Bike System Break-In... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 37 Snow Conditions ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 19 Spindle bolts... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 34 Spindle Maintenance... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 53 Steering System Inspection ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 35 Storage Procedures, Seasonal ... ... ... ... ... 54 Storage, Daily ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 40 Survival Preparation... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 11 Suspension Inspection, Pre- Ride ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 34

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For your nearest Polaris dealer, call 1-800-POLARIS (765-2747)

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