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Tips for Buying a Used Snowmobile

Winter is coming and your buddies will be out riding soon. Don't be left out of the fun! You can get some great deals on a used snowmobile! But before you hook up that trailer, become an informed buyer so you don't get stuck with someone else's problem sled. Read Warnert Racing Team Technician Cody Sandmann's helpful tips for buying a used snowmobile. What are the most important things I should check to make sure the sled is in good shape and safely operable? What should I look for in the suspension, skis, tunnel/body and track, headlights, [...]

By |2018-10-23T11:32:22-05:00October 23rd, 2018|C&A Pro Blog posts|Comments Off on Tips for Buying a Used Snowmobile

How to Prep Your Snowmobile for Winter: Expert Tips to Get Your Sled Ready

The snow is starting to fall! It's time to get your sled ready for winter! We asked our friend Cody Sandmann, team technician for Warnert Racing, to share some expert tips on how to prep your snowmobile for winter. Cody gave us tons of great information to get your season off to a great start. As always, be sure to consult your user’s manual or dealer before performing any maintenance on your snowmobile. What should you do with the old fuel? Depending on how you stored the sled there are a few things you can do. If [...]

By |2018-10-26T09:20:22-05:00October 22nd, 2018|C&A Pro Blog posts|Comments Off on How to Prep Your Snowmobile for Winter: Expert Tips to Get Your Sled Ready

Is your sled ready for next winter?

In the heat of the summer months, its hard to imagine there will be snow on the ground in 4-5 months. However, winter will come fast and it's always a good idea to be prepared and ready for the first ride of the new season. Here's a quick list we came up with to consider: Batteries removed from your avalanche beacon? Float packs properly stored? Sled being properly stored?...fogged cylinders, additive in fuel, block under the track, once over and checked critical steering components (loose tie rod ends and ball joints), racks, leaks, and damage needing repair. Only 168 days [...]

By |2018-07-18T14:06:52-05:00July 6th, 2017|C&A Pro Blog posts|Comments Off on Is your sled ready for next winter?