Here are 5 snowmobile accessories you may not have thought about to your sled. Some are more utility than others and a couple are things you may not have thought about adding to your snowmobile or taking along on your … Continue reading →
FXR Adrenaline X Jacket and Pants. We also discuss the FXR Backshift Boots. FXR Adrenaline Jacket and Pant: The FXR Adrenaline X series is FXR’s premium trail/touring kit offering all day warmth and comfort with features and functionality that are … Continue reading →
Louie discusses Klim Snowmobile Gear in this YouTube video. He covers the Klim Valdez Jacket, the Klim Togwotee Bibs, Klim Boots and several other products. With all the benefits of Klim Gear such as Gore-Tex, WindStopper, Comfort Mapping and more features to list Klim may be something you may want to look at. If you already have Klim Gear Louie will give you some insight about how Klim works and why you are riding in the best gear made.
While Klim is the industry leader of snowmobile gear there are other companies trying to chase them down such as MotorFist, FXR, HMK and the new ToBeOuterWear line of clothing. All the others make great clothing and some have a leg up on Klim, in some areas, but Klim is still the current leader in the industry and keeps innovating with new products and new technology.
Louie gives us a run down of several snowmobile boots and lets us know which ones stay dry and which boots do not. He tested boots by: Klim, MotorFist, Castle X, and FXR. Which boot do you think stayed dry after being immersed in water for almost a month!
Avalanche Beacons: A real life saver. In an average year, 25 people in the U.S. die in avalanches. Many of these people are killed during the avalanche, but far more could be saved by wearing an avalanche beacon and knowing … Continue reading →
Louie’s new favorite toy for the shop an oil vacuum pump! This handy little hand pump vacuum eliminates the mess around the shop by sucking up the fluids without having to dump them! With the LiquiVac you may never have radiator or chain case grease from your snowmobile all over your shop floor again. Or if you do maybe you’ll have less of it.
LiquiVac’s Oil Vacuum Pump:
Quickly and easily removes old oil or anti-freeze without the mess. Simply insert the LiquiVac suction hose into the dipstick tube or coolant bottle, then apply a vacuum to the Liquid Vac tank with several strokes of the high volume hand pump. The Liquid Vac’s powerful vacuum action quickly draws the old fluid into its big 2 gallon capacity tank.
Great for small engines, boats, motorcycles, snowmobiles, automobiles, you name it the LiquiVac can get the job done for almost any fluid. So the next time you need to remove chain case oil or radiator fluid from your snowmobile give a liquid vacuum pump a try.
Times are changing, and with growth and progress, snowmobile enthusiasts are presented with new challenges. But one snowmobile club isn’t content to fade into history. The Armenia Mountain Snowmobile Club located in Troy, Pennsylvania is using social media and press … Continue reading →
Snowmobile trails start to close! If you’re just itching to get one more snowmobile ride in for the 2012-13 season, you’d better hurry. Snowmobile Trails in the area of Sudbury, Canada have already announced plans to begin closing trails, and … Continue reading →
Veterans Snowmobile Event in Boise Idaho Josh Callihan of Boise, Idaho had a real purpose in mind when he approached Reggie Setters, owner of High Mark Recreation, with a plan to unite veterans and offer them a new form of … Continue reading →