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How To: Replace A REV Track

Snowmobile tracks are like tires on a car. They move the machine over the terrain, but sooner or later they’re going to wear out. Missing lugs, ripped out studs and ...

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Third Time’s A Charm

Third Time’s A Charm Q: I have a 1990 Polaris Indy 500 that keeps eating pistons. The first burndown was two seasons ago. The damage was significant, so I did ...

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Snowmobile Steering System Rebuild

Some snowmobiles look and feel so used up, it’s hard to imagine they were ever new. You know the machine: It’s parked out in the yard with a busted hood, duct-taped windshield, ...

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Set Up Your Garage For Sled Repair

Mr. Sledwrench can’t wait to take apart the seized engine, unbolt a twisted trailing arm or remove the shelled chaincase. Of course, he wouldn’t be able to do all of ...

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Rebuild A Snowmobile Driveline

Inspection of driveline components should be included in routine maintenance. Neglect and high mileage are two reasons that a snowmobile’s driveline may need attention to avoid a breakdown on the ...

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Studding A Snowmobile Track

Studded tracks are safer and provide more cornering control, but the largest benefit is that they provide better stopping power. If used correctly, that is. There are three things to ...

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8 Snowmobile Services You Must Do

But service work needs to be performed on snowmobiles. Whether it’s a loose bolt, glazed clutch sheaves or a leaky exhaust manifold, it’s almost a sure bet that nine out ...

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