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Re: Track kits for quattros?


I feel your pain!  I was going to have my snowblower back together
on Wednesday but I found one bearing which I figured I should 
replace while I had it apart.  The bearing will be in next Tuesday
and I have about 1100 cubic feet of snow between my garage
and the street.  Guess I'm not going anywhere today!

Paul Anderson, Cheyenne, WY  87 5000SQ, 84 5000CST,
email:                                              82 VW Quantum, 78
Fiat Spider
   AndersonPaul@juno.com        87 Merkur XR4Ti
Owner maintained by necessity and choice.
(I don't trust anyone know to fix anything I own.)

On Sat, 25 Oct 1997 13:38:40 -0400 (EDT) EICHSTEV@aol.com writes:
>As you may have heard, those of us on the Front Range in Colorado 
>Fort Collins, Colorado Springs) just got whacked by a blizzard.  My ur 
>q is
>now an eight foot high drift in the driveway.  This is way past 
>weather.  More like track vehicle time.
>So, were can I get a 4" lift kit to fit some 31" mudders or a better 
>yet a
>track kit?  Something like on a Tucker Sno Cat or Piston Bully snow 
> Yeah, thats it. 
>TIA :)
>Steve Eiche
>Englewood, CO (winter wonderland)
>'82 Not So Ur q (makes a real nice snow sculpture)