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Bryan Bosch

2014 Ski Doo Summit 800

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The 2014 Ski Doo Summit 800 is now available in three color/graphic packages and with other subtle upgrades, Ski Doo is calling it the best Summit ever. What say you?


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Arctic cat fan here so anything I would say would be pretty biases. But I do like the Pro RMK

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