SnowTrax 2018 - Episode 3 Sneak Peek
Luke hosts a mountain sled shootout between the 2018 Polaris 800 PRO-RMK 174 VS the 2018 Ski-Doo 850 Summit X 175. Watch as Luke compares the two snowmobiles through six distinct categories including: power, ergonomics, handling, features, suspension and overall rider experience. Will defending champion Polaris retake the shootout title in this year’s competitive mountain sled segment?
AJ is in the shop recommending performance focused, high-quality powersports motor oil products from the market leading company, IPONE.
And Luke is reviewing the successor to the runner-up of the 2017 Real World Sled of the Year - the 2018 Polaris Switchback Assault 800.
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