Here is a pic of the sled after I repaired it. I stiched the rip in the seat with needle and threat, then siliconed over it with clear silicone. I put a new windsheild on it, and adjusted the handlebars, buffed out all of the tree marks, and straighted the tunnel very creatively by using tie downs and come along winch's on my open landscape trailer to pull it back out. Overall the repair came out pretty well. I rode it one more season, where I just missed taking a deer out at 80 MPH by less then 2 inches. I figured I shouldnt be riding sleds after that and sold it.