NEW ARO 120

2018 Timbersled ARO 120 is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 43.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good different Definitely different than snowmobiling! The places you go where you never went before is the best part. Never have to wonder if you will be able to get back out if you drop down that gnarly hill full of trees. Easy on the bikes engines and quite easy to ride. Gave 4 stars due to not being impressed with the loose fitting fit kits. A little play in the beginning turns into a lot a play later. Dealerships don't know much about them yet so customer support is sub par. Glad there are so many kits available to push the industry farther. The TS ST turns on a dime while digging in and just keeps on keepin on! I'm over sleds!
Date published: 2016-10-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A blast to ride I have snowmachined since I can remember starting on a Indy lite 340. Not to say snowmachining is boring but it was getting old. My 2015 pro RMK 155 could go anywhere I could think and I was jumping it farther than I should. For a change of pace I purchased a 2016 TS ST and put it on a 15 FC450 and I love it. With a T stat, a sx slide plate and 10wt oil in my forks I rode all winter and had a blast doing it riding primarily with snow machines. The times that you get up there with another snow bike though is more fun than I could ever have on a sled. No I have outfitted the bike with a yeti ski, RG3 suspension, dobeck gen4 fuel controller and a seat concepts seat. Should be a heck of winter going forward!!!!!
Date published: 2016-10-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Keeps Going, And Going, And Going This is my second Timbersled ST, I came off a 2015 ST and bought a 2017 ST, what a difference that track made, I've been pulling lines all season that I would have really struggled to make on my 2015. Not only does it perform awesome but the kit can sure take a beating. Ive put on 70+ hours this year on my new 2017 kit and It has held up very well, and trust me... I am not easy on it, this thing gets put to the test each time I ride. TSS adds a very nice touch to this kit to, can't believe I ever rode without one. For those of you who are debating whether or not its worth it, just fork out the cash, you won't regret it. Thanks Polaris & Timbersled for continuing to bring new innovation to the sport. Cant wait to get my 2017 ARO 120"LE!
Date published: 2017-03-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better and worse Suspension is great (not sure if it's the QS3's or the TSS) but no more harsh bottoming out and better rebound. Didn't appreciate that the chain gets pushed into the track on my YZ (and CR's) even before the first ride (chain hadn't even stretched). Didn't appreciate having to BUY the cheesy fix (larger chain slider which creates more friction). NOT a fan of no more grease zerks. Disappointed in the fact that you can't get on-line and find/order individual parts like you could "pre-polaris" (i.e. individual fit kit parts).
Date published: 2017-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Toy in the Barn! I bought the Timbersled last winter and absolutely love it. We go out with SkiDoo 800 snowmobiles and the Timbersled in the Sierra backcountry. The Timbersled goes anywhere the snowmobiles go and more. Timbersled is more maneuverable than the snowmobiles and the only place it cannot keep up is the steep and deep climbs.
Date published: 2016-10-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ktm330xc ST120 Best thing since sliced bread. I am a dirt biker.. snow mobiles were too different than dirt biking. I could never really get into it. Now I have a winter sport.
Date published: 2016-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Most fun I've ever had Only regret is not buying one sooner. Fitment is super easy. I'll never ride a snowmobile again. 500 two stroke is the way.
Date published: 2016-10-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Versatile I was worried buying the short track cause storms can get deep in Utah. On the 3 really deep days I took it out, I only needed to make my angles less steep and this ST was still going up really well. It obviously excels in spring conditions but has no trouble keeping up with the long tracks in the steep and deep. I would try the LE on my next go round,and my buddy says the SX is the most useful. Best try them all I guess.
Date published: 2016-10-08
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