Polaris Timbersled ARO 120 SX, 129 S, ARO 129 LE, ARO 129 S Manual PDF

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Summary of Content for Polaris Timbersled ARO 120 SX, 129 S, ARO 129 LE, ARO 129 S Manual PDF

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Timbersled RIOT 120 LE Timbersled RIOT 120 S LE

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Copyright 2020 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...

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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 and on your vehicle... 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 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 27 The Perfect Fit ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 31 Pre-Ride Inspection ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 49 Operation ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 53 Maintenance ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 57 Specification ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 85 Warranty ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 105 Maintenance Log ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 111

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When teaching inexperienced operators to ride, set up a predetermined course for practice... Make sure they know how to drive and control the vehicle before allowing them to make longer trips... Teach them proper riding courtesy, and enroll them in drivers training and safety courses sponsored by local or state organizations...

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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 decalq 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 57 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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WARNING Serious injuries may result if hands, feet, or clothing become entangled in the track... Be alert when riding, and remain properly seated to stay clear of the track... Never hold the snow bike up or stand behind it while warming up the track... A loose track or flying debris could cause serious injury or death... We recommend having your dealer perform all track service and alignment

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EYE PROTECTION Do not depend on eyeglasses or sunglasses for eye protection... Whenever riding a Timbersled vehicle, always wear shatterproof goggles or use a shatterproof helmet face shield... Timbersled recommends wearing approved Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) bearing markings such as VESC 8, V-8, Z87... 1, or CE... Make sure protective eye wear is kept clean...

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SURVIVAL PREPARATION For your safety, always ride in a group... Always tell someone where you're going and how long you expect to be gone... If it isn't possible to ride with others, and you must travel into remote areas, always carry survival equipment that's appropriate to the conditions you may encounter... Such equipment may include, but is not limited to: extra clothing, a sleeping bag, a flashlight, food and water, a signaling mirror, a means of building a fire, and a two-way radio or cellular telephone...

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HIDDEN OBSTRUCTIONS Always be aware of surroundings and terrain when riding your snow bike... Hazardous obstructions may be hidden beneath the snow... Striking a hidden obstacle could cause loss of control of your vehicle and lead to serious injury or death... Remain on established trails whenever possible to reduce exposure to hazards... Changes in snow condition can greatly increase the likelihood of impact from objects hidden beneath the snow... Take care when riding in light, fluffy snow as it can easily conceal hazards from view and your snow bike will ride lower in the snow... Early- and late-season riding also increases risk of hitting objects when snow is fresh or starting to melt... Reduce speed and use extra caution whenever riding in these conditions...

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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...

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GET TO KNOW YOUR SNOW BIKE Because Timbersled snow bikes feature tall track paddles, the rear suspension rails and sliders will sit above the snowpack on a groomed trail... Always deploy the scratchers and limit high speed operation when trail riding...

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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 remain alert while riding in mountainous terrain... Be aware of snowpack conditions above you as you ride... Avalanches can occur at any time regardless of current condition reports...

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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... 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, 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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Calm 5 2 -1 -4 -7 -10 -13 -16 -19 -22 -25 -28 -31 -34 -37 -40 -43 -46 8 3 0 -4 -7 -11 -14 -18 -22 -25 -29 -32 -36 -39 -43 -46 -50 -53 -57 16 2 -2 -6 -10 -13 -17 -21 -24 -28 -32 -36 -39 -43 -47 -50 -54 -58 -62 24 1 -3 -7 -11 -15 -19 -22 -26 -30 -34 -38 -42 -45 -49 -53 -57 -61 -65 32 0 -4 -8 -12 -16 -20 -24 -28 -32 -36 -39 -43 -47 -51 -55 -59 -63 -67 40 -1 -5 -9 -13 -17 -21 -25 -29 -33 -37 -41 -45 -49 -53 -57 -61 -65 -69 48 -1 -5 -9 -13 -18 -22 -26 -30 -34 -38 -42 -46 -50 -54 -58 -62 -66 -70 56 -2 -6 -10 -14 -18 -22 -26 -31 -35 -39 -43 -47 -51 -55 -59 -64 -68 -72 64 -2 -6 -10 -15 -19 -23 -27 -31 -35 -40 -44 -48 -52 -56 -61 -65 -69 -73 72 -2 -7 -11 -15 -19 -23 -28 -32 -36 -40 -45 -49 -53 -57 -61 -66 -70 -74 80 -3 -7 -11 -15 -20 -24 -28 -33 -37 -41 -45 -50 -54 -58 -62 -67 -71 -75 88 -3 -7 -12 -16 -20 -24 -29 -33 -37 -42 -46 -50 -55 -59 -63 -67 -72 -76 96 -3 -8 -12 -16 -21 -25 -29 -34 -38 -42 -47 -51 -55 -60 -64 -68 -73 -77

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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...

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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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o Drive Chain a Chain Case s Front Track Shock d Track f Rear Track Shock g Rail h Track Tensioning Block

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CARGO STORAGE Never hang heavy items or fuel containers from the rear of the tunnel... Cargo may be stowed only in the tunnel storage bag (if equipped) or another properly used and authorized Timbersled accessory specifically designed for your Timbersled model...

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ACCESSORIES Timbersled offers a wide range of accessories for your snow bike to help make each ride more enjoyable...

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The best suspension setting depends on many variables including the riding terrain and the riders weight, riding style, and individual preferences...

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3... Tune vehicle balance using rear shock preload adjuster... Adjusting the rear shocks spring preload affects the smoothness of your ride by controlling the amount of weight transferred by the suspension... Increasing the preload will decrease the amount of weight transferred... Heavier riders will typically require more preload than lighter riders...

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ground pressure is too heavy or light, the bike may experience difficulties in steering and stability on certain terrain... If ski-to-ground pressure is TOO HEAVY, increase the front shock spring preload and decrease the rear shock preload...

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CAUTION DO NOT EXCEED the MIN / MAX preload values (defined by the tables in this section)... Never adjust spring preload shorter than the minimum allowable length... Adjusting shorter than this length could result in damage to the

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CAUTION DO NOT EXCEED the MIN / MAX preload values (defined by the tables in this section)... Never adjust spring preload shorter than the minimum allowable length... Adjusting shorter than this length could result in damage to the

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3... Adjust shock compression using shock clickersww... Tune the firmness of your ride by adjusting the shock clickers on the FOX QS3 shocks... These clickers have a three-position adjuster for soft, medium, and firm compression settings...

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CAUTION DO NOT EXCEED the MIN / MAX preload values (defined by the tables in this section)... Never adjust spring preload shorter than the minimum allowable length... Adjusting shorter than this length could result in damage to the

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3... Adjust shock compression using shock clickersw... The Walker Evans Velocity shocks come equipped with an inside clicker (black) and an outside clicker (red)... These clickers adjust shock compression for high- and low- speed trail events...

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Standard Timbersled RIOTsnow bikes are equipped with Timbersled IFP shocks that utilize spring load adjusters to customize weight transfer and ski-to- ground pressure...

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CAUTION DO NOT EXCEED the MIN / MAX preload values (defined by the tables in this section)... Never adjust spring preload shorter than the minimum allowable length... Adjusting shorter than this length could result in damage to the

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CAUTION DO NOT EXCEED the MIN / MAX preload values (defined by the tables in this section)... Never adjust spring preload shorter than the minimum allowable length... Adjusting shorter than this length could result in damage to the

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3... Adjust shock compression using shock clickersw... Tune the firmness of your ride by adjusting the shock clickers on the FOX QS3 shocks... These clickers have a three-position adjuster for soft, medium, and firm compression settings...

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CAUTION DO NOT EXCEED the MIN / MAX preload values (defined by the tables in this section)... Never adjust spring preload shorter than the minimum allowable length... Adjusting shorter than this length could result in damage to the

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TIMBERSLED SX MODELS Timbersled 120 SX models are equipped with FOX 1... 5 Zero LSC-R shocks on both the front and rear of the track... Each shock uses a set of clickers to adjust compression and rebound damping... Increasing or decreasing the shock dampers changes the stiffness or softness of your ride...

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REBOUND DAMPING CLICKER The rebound damping clickere is located on the shaft side of each shock... The rebound clicker controls how the shock returns to the proper position after a bump or irregularity in terrain... Adjust the rebound damping clicker to create smoother ride...

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TIMBERSLED SUSPENSION STRUT SX SHOCKS (IF EQUIPPED) The Timbersled Strut SX Shock Body suspension system (TSS) is designed to increase your snow bikes performance and enhance responsive steering and handling... For maximum suspension performance, follow the tuning instructions below...

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Pressurizing above or below these settings could result in damage to the suspension... Failure to comply may result in injury or damage to equipment...

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NOTICE When tuning your TSS shock, add or subtract air pressure in increments of 25 psi at a time... Do not get snow or water inside the valve stem as this could cause an air leak in the shock... After each 25 psi increment of adjusted air

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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...

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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... Starting the snowbike and engaging it into gear, allow the track to spin 35 full rotations... Apply moderate pressure to the brake until the track is completely

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A loose track or flying debris could cause serious injury or death... Stand clear of the front of the snow bike and the moving track... Never hold the snow bike off the ground or stand behind it while warming up the track... Do not use excessive throttle during warm-up or when the track is free-hanging... Use a stable rear

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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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Always refuel outdoors or in a well-ventilated area... Always turn off the engine before refueling... Do not overfill the tank... Do not fill the tank neck... Do not smoke or allow open flames or sparks in or near the area where refueling is performed or where gasoline is stored...

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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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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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TRACK LUBRICATION The slide rail needs snow for lubrication... Excessive wear indicates insufficient lubrication... A new rail slide can cause faster heat build-up in limited lubrication, resulting in excessive wear...

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2... Inspect rail slides 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... For more information on rail slide inspection and wear see the Rail Slide Wear section (page 81)...

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WARNING DO NOTadjust the brake lever closer than 1/2 in from the handlebar... Adjusting the lever closer than 1/2 in could prevent the brakes from functioning properly

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store or use a partial bottle... Brake fluid is hygroscopic, meaning it rapidly absorbs moisture from the air... The moisture causes the boiling temperature of the brake fluid to drop, which can lead to early brake fade and the possibility of

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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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tension properly... To ensure the TSS is at full extension, remove all weight from the shock by tipping the bike on its side or by using an appropriate stand to lift the bike under its engine ensuring the track is suspended off the ground...

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If the chain is properly tensioned, there should be between 0... 75 in... and 1... 250 in... between the 1 inch mark (the position of the chosen chain pin when pressed down) and the current position of the chosen chain pin (when pressed up)... This is the drive chains displacement measurement... If the drive chains displacement measurement is less or more than 0... 75 in... and 1... 25 in... the chain needs to be adjusted (see Adjusting Drive Chain Tension)...

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1... If the chain requires adjustment, loosen both 15 mm frame rail slide boltsr located on the right side of the Timbersled frame...

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If the chain is too tight and the frame is difficult to compress, you may loosen the front right-hand side panel boltu and the front right-hand frame bolti to allow the frame to slide easier... Re- torque both bolts to 60 Nm prior to tensioning the chain...

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If the chain is properly tensioned, there should be between in and 3 in between the 1 inch mark (the position of the chosen chain pin when pressed to the left) and the current position of the chosen chain pin (when pressed to the right)... This is the chain case chains displacement measurementq... If the chains displacement measurement is less or more than to 3, the chain tension needs to be adjusted (see Adjusting Chain Case Chain Tension)...

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Timbersled RIOTand ARO snow bikes are equipped with 520 drive and chain case chains which have a pitch of in or 0... 625 in... (A chains pitch is the length of a single link which is measured from the center of one pin to the center of the next pinA)...

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2... Mark out the number of links to measure (see the following table to find the number of links to measure for the chain you are inspecting)... To mark this number of links, begin by marking the first pine and counting forward the same number of pins (number of pins counted should equal the number of links to measure)... Finish by marking the final pinr... (see image with first and last pin marked)...

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3... Then measure the counted number of links by measuring from the center of the first pine to the center of the final pinr... This measurement should equal a length somewhere within the acceptable length range (as shown in the previous table)...

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If the track is running too far to one side, track alignment must be adjusted... See Adjusting Track Alignment section for proper adjustment procedure...

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5... Idle the bike in-gear for several revolutions for track alignment adjustment to take full effect... Observe the running track for several additional revolutions...

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Proper track tension adjustment is critical for proper snow bike handling... Always maintain proper track alignment and tension... Each track is slightly unique and will break-in a bit differently depending on where and how you ride...

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3... At the measurement locationi, measure the vertical slack or space o between the bottom of the hifax q (i... e... rail slider) and the wear surface of the track clipu... This is the slack measuremento...

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If the slack measuremento is less or greater than the proper slack measurement ( 3/4 to 1), the track tension should be adjusted (see the following section, Adjusting Track Tension)...

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3... Then tighten or loosen the tension adjustment boltt, a half-turn at a time on both the right and left side of the bike... Turn the adjustment bolts the same amount on both sides of the track to tension the track evenly and keep the track aligned (track alignment should be performed before measuring and adjusting track tension)...

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Inspect for cuts or peeled up plastic that will cause the ski to handle poorly... Inspect for bent, broken, or worn-out ski skags... Inspect the ski saddle for bends that may make the ski crooked... Inspect the ski rubber to make sure it is not smashed or worn out...

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SKAG REPLACEMENT 1... Raise and support the front of the snow bike so the ski is approximately 6

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For ease of inspection, all Timbersled rail slides have a wear limit indicator groovew to indicate the minimum permissible slide thicknesse... 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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NOTICE Use of a cover is recommended when transporting your vehicle on an open

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Track Width/Length/Height 10 in x 120 in x 2... 25 in SX

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Track Width/Length/Height 11... 5 in x 120 in x 2... 5 in Timbersled RIOT

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Disc Brake Type Wilwood Hydraulic Dual Piston, Brembo Master

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Track Width/Length/Height 11... 5 in x 120 in x 2... 5 in Timbersled RIOT

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Track Width/Length/Height 11... 5 in x 120 in x 2... 5 in Timbersled RIOT

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Track Width/Length/Height 11... 5 in x 120 in x 2... 5 in Timbersled RIOT

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Track Width/Length/Height 11... 5 in x 129 in x 2... 5 in Traverse Track

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Track Width/Length/Height 11... 5 in x 129 in x 2... 5 in Traverse Track

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Track Width/Length/Height 11... 5 in x 129 in x 2... 5 in Traverse Track

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Track Width/Length/Height 11... 5 in x 129 in x 3 in Traverse Track

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Track Width/Length/Height 11... 5 in x 129 in x 3 in Traverse Track

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Track Width/Length/Height 11... 5 in x 137 in x 2... 5 in Traverse Track

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Track Width/Length/Height 11... 5 in x 137 in x 2... 5 in Traverse Track

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Brake Caliper Mounting Fastener 18 ft-lbs (25 Nm) Apply Blue Loctite

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Sub Frame Mounting Fasteners 44 ft-lbs (60 Nm) Apply Red Loctite

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Master Cylinder Clamp Fasteners Fastener to be tightened until bottomed on clamp

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Brake Caliper Mounting Fastener 18 ft-lbs (25 Nm) Apply Blue Loctite

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FOX 1... 5 Zero LSC-R Tamper Proof Air Valve Cap 5 in-lbs (0... 5 Nm)

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Master Cylinder Clamp Fasteners Fastener to be tightened until bottomed on clamp

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Upper Shock Mounting Fastener Torque to OEMmanufacturers specifications

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WARRANTY TIMBERSLED CONVERSION SYSTEMS LIM- ITED WARRANTY POLARIS Sales Inc... , 2100 Highway 55, Medina, MN 55340 (POLARIS) gives a 12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTYon 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...

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WARRANTY COVERAGE AND EXCLUSIONS: LIMITATIONS OF WARRANTIES AND REMEDIES This TIMBERSLED limited warranty excludes any failures that are not caused by a defect in material or workmanship... THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER CLAIMS OF DEFECTIVE DESIGN... This warranty also does not cover damage caused due to incorrect installation, acts of God, accidental damage, normal wear and tear, abuse or improper handling... This warranty also does not cover any Conversion System, component, or part that has been altered structurally, modified, neglected, improperly maintained, used for racing, competition, or for purposes other than for which it was designed...

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THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE, AT POLARIS OPTION, REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OFANY DEFECTIVE MATERIALS, COMPONENTS, OR PRODUCTS... THE REMEDIES SET FORTH IN THIS WARRANTYARE 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 OFANY 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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B Before Starting the Engine... 50 Bleeding Hydraulic Brake System ... 64 Brake Inspection ... 61 Brake Lever Travel... 51 Brake pads... 61 Brakes ... 51, 61 Brake Fluid... 63 Components... 63 Inspection ... 61 Lever Adjustment ... 62 Lever Travel ... 63 System Bleeding ... 64

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Ski Maintenance... 78 Slide Rail and Track Cooling ... 54 Snow Bike System Break-In... 53 Snow Conditions ... 20 Specifications 120 SX... 85 ARO 129 ... 91 ARO 129 3 LE... 94 ARO 129 3 VELOCITY ... 95 ARO 129 LE ... 93 ARO 129 S... 92 ARO 137 ... 96 ARO 137 LE ... 97 RIOT 120... 86 Timbersled RIOT 120 LE... 88

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W Warning Symbols ... 4 Warranty... 105 Welcome Page ... 3 Windchill Charts ... 23

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For your nearest Polaris dealer, call 1-800-POLARIS (765-2747) or visit www... polaris... com

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