• Snowmobile trailer hitch
    Jun 21, 2015

    I share the following trailer hitch experiences fully aware that I could very well be pummeled with hate mail and might even find myself sleeping on the couch again.   It’s a long-standing joke in my household that trailering, specifically hooking up a trailer hitch, requires a certain chromosome, or…

  • Tekvest for snowmobiler
    Mar 02, 2015

    Tekvest: Peace of Mind while Snowmobiling.   Close calls happen everyday. A simple drive to work challenges both mind and body. Encountering a dog, cat or cow in the middle of the road can be a weekly occurrence. Imbeciles holding a phone in one hand and a coffee in the…

  • Snowmobile windshield and mirrors ski-doo REV
    Dec 10, 2014

    The question is, should one look cool or stay warm? Fashion versus comfort, such a dilemma for a man my age. Sure, you might think I’d look great in high heels, but oh, my back! No worries, I’ll stick to boots and try not to creep you out any further….

  • Snowmobile tool kit
    Oct 29, 2014

    The stock snowmobile tool kit hidden away in the average snowmobile is little more than an empty promise. “I’m here for you, but when you need to tighten that loose suspension bolt I’m going to make your knuckles bleed.”   Actually, the cute little tool set may have a calming…

  • Father and Son Snowmobile Project
    Feb 28, 2014

    Over the past few years I’ve spent umpteen hours with my two boys working on their snowmobiles. Short of an engine overhaul, we’ve taken apart, cleaned or rebuilt just about every mechanism on their wedgie-style Polaris sleds, an ’87 Sport and a ’91 Trail. The machines are crude compared to…

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