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Maine snowmobile trail groomer for sale - Tucker Sno-Cat

Snowmobile Trail Groomer for Sale

Tucker Sno-Cat Model 2000C-28-6

New Hampshire Snowmobile Association

New Hampshire's snowmobile trail system covers over 6,800 miles, and is maintained mostly by volunteers from 115 member clubs statewide. For information or to join, contact the New Hampshire Snowmobile Association or visit their website.

New Hampshire Snowmobile Association
722 Route 3A Suite 14
Bow, NH 03304
(603) 224-8906


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Storm Center Alert - Bangor, Maine
January 1, 2014 - 19 Below Zero today at the airport.
December 30, 2013 - 11:00 AM
Bangor - about 9-10 inches new snow on top of the recent 4-5 inches. Maybe 18-20 inches on the ground.
Millinocket & JoMary Area - over 2 feet of snow on the ground.

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May 30, 2009: 1997 Tucker Sno-Cat SOLD!

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