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Postby pro_x_racer » July 28th, 2002, 2:34 pm

Is anyone going? What is it like there?Do they have good deals there or the companies just showing off the new products?
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Postby zr800newyork » July 29th, 2002, 6:24 am

you won't be there by yourself...

you think anyone will be selling anything...

interesting quest for info...
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Postby bbartels » July 29th, 2002, 9:42 am

Haydays is the best thing in the world!! I wait and buy all my stuff that I could ever need for the upcoming year then! YOU GOTTA GO!! Bring cash and comfortable shoes!
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Postby Pantera » July 30th, 2002, 3:50 am

You name it, it's there. From Snowmobiles to dishwashers to lawnmowers to tires to chainsaws. Whatever people want to sell they bring. Like the other guy said, bring cash and plan to do a lot of walking because the place is huge. If you plan on buying stuff, bring a wagon. Junior can ride in it until its full. They also have dozens of ATV's pulling trailers hauling out sleds and other big stuff. It is definately something to go to because if what you want is not there you will probably end up with several phone numbers of people that know someone who may have what you need. Been going for several years now, both days, usually bring home 1 sled and a pickup full of goodies. Most of it is reasonably priced and if not, make an offer on Sunday and it will probably be yours. You wont be disappointed. Get there early or you will be sitting on 35W for a while, it really gets backed up even with 2 main entry points and a little known back entry that us locals use. Enjoy.....
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Postby Laaker » July 30th, 2002, 8:22 am

Where and when is the Hay Days? What other grass drag events do you know of in the midwest?
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Postby hauler » July 30th, 2002, 9:18 am

Its the weekend of sept 8&9 and its located in Lino Lakes Minnesota. Don't miss this one, its the mother of all snowmobile events.For info contact www.snobarons.com or snowbarons hot line 651-220-2525. Quick facts

-the event covers 70 acres
-swapt meet covers 40 acres
-over 230 booths
=160 restrooms
-drags are 500 feet from green light to checkered flag
-fastest speed recorded 123 mph by norman bell 1999
-anything you want will probably be there, and come ready to negotiate, there are great deals
Dont miss it, be there.
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