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« on: October 06, 2004, 02:23:38 PM »
First of all, please read the Rules Page.

Next remember that this is a snowmobile discussion forum.  Topics should remain as much snowmobile related as possible.  I know a lot of you have become friends over the years and like to communicate other things as well.  This is fine as long as the NSR (non-sled related) posts don't start to consume the board.  If NSR posts start consuming the board they will be removed.  We also understand that non-snowmobiling topics may present themselves more in the off-season.

Also, please remember we are all snowmobilers and are here because we all enjoy the sport of snowmobiling!  Please try to keep conversations/threads on track and please try to get along with others.  We know that people may have many different opinions on a subject, so let's all agree to disagree respectfully.  Everyone shall be allowed to state their opinions without receiving harsh critisicm.

No profanity in any forum will be tolerated.  Indecent posts will be removed.
Snowmobiler's come in all ages and we like to encourage youngsters to get involved.  Parents shouldn't have to worry about their kids visiting a snowmobile site.  

Users are allowed one username.  Any user found using muiltiple usernames will be removed.

And most important...  Keep the track side down and have a safe and fun sledding season.   :punk:    :sledder:
« Last Edit: March 10, 2006, 03:46:14 PM by Edge'n It »

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« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2004, 05:07:55 PM »
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First of all, please read the Rules Page.

Next remember that this is a snowmobile discussion forum. Topics should remain as much snowmobile related as possible. I know a lot of you have become friends over the years and like to communicate other things as well. This is fine as long as the NSR (non-sled related) posts don't start to consume the board. If NSR posts start consuming the board they will be removed.

Also, please remember we are all snowmobilers and are here because we all enjoy the sport of snowmobiling! Please try to keep conversations/threads on track and please try to get along with others. We know that people may have many different opinions on a subject, so let's all agree to disagree respectfully. Everyone shall be allowed to state their opinions without receiving harsh critisicm.

No profanity in any forum will be tolerated. Indecent posts will be removed.
Snowmobiler's come in all ages and we like to encourage youngsters to get envolved. Parents shouldn't have to worry about their kids visiting a snowmobile site. 

Users are allowed one username. Any user found using muiltiple usernames will be removed.

And most important... Keep the track side down and have a safe and fun sledding season.  :punk: :sledder:
amen Karen :punk:
« Last Edit: July 27, 2005, 02:31:12 PM by Edge'n It »

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« Reply #2 on: October 06, 2004, 07:34:44 PM »
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First of all, please read the Rules Page.

Next remember that this is a snowmobile discussion forum. Topics should remain as much snowmobile related as possible. I know a lot of you have become friends over the years and like to communicate other things as well. This is fine as long as the NSR (non-sled related) posts don't start to consume the board. If NSR posts start consuming the board they will be removed.

Also, please remember we are all snowmobilers and are here because we all enjoy the sport of snowmobiling! Please try to keep conversations/threads on track and please try to get along with others. We know that people may have many different opinions on a subject, so let's all agree to disagree respectfully. Everyone shall be allowed to state their opinions without receiving harsh critisicm.

No profanity in any forum will be tolerated. Indecent posts will be removed.
Snowmobiler's come in all ages and we like to encourage youngsters to get envolved. Parents shouldn't have to worry about their kids visiting a snowmobile site. 

Users are allowed one username. Any user found using muiltiple usernames will be removed.

And most important... Keep the track side down and have a safe and fun sledding season.  :punk: :sledder:
Thats why this is the best site.  :punk:

Great job K.  :thumbsup:

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« Last Edit: July 27, 2005, 02:31:44 PM by Edge'n It »

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« Reply #3 on: January 03, 2006, 08:58:01 PM »
Great Job, great effort :punk:  :thumbsup:

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« Reply #4 on: May 27, 2010, 01:08:17 PM »
Next remember that this is a snowmobile discussion forum.  Topics should remain as much snowmobile related as possible.  I know a lot of you have become friends over the years and like to communicate other things as well.  This is fine as long as the NSR (non-sled related) posts don't start to consume the board.  If NSR posts start consuming the board they will be removed.  We also understand that non-snowmobiling topics may present themselves more in the off-season.

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« Reply #5 on: May 28, 2010, 07:34:05 AM »
Next remember that this is a snowmobile discussion forum.  Topics should remain as much snowmobile related as possible.  I know a lot of you have become friends over the years and like to communicate other things as well.  This is fine as long as the NSR (non-sled related) posts don't start to consume the board.  If NSR posts start consuming the board they will be removed.  We also understand that non-snowmobiling topics may present themselves more in the off-season.
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