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Triton Low Rider TC118 Snowmobile Trailer

Triton Low Rider TC118 Snowmobile Trailer

What’s a Triton Low Rider? Previously, I’ve talked about the features and benefits of my Triton TC118 Snowmobile trailer, one of several hybrid models from Triton. And just when I didn’t think it could get much better, it did! A couple of winters ago, I towed around a prototype low rider TC118 on my snowmobile tours and snowmobile …

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Ski-Doo LED Headlight Best Product Review

Ski-Doo LED Headlight Best Product Review

A Ski-Doo LED Headlight will impress anyone riding after dark on their snowmobile tour or snowmobile vacation. It installs quickly and easily below your sled’s regular headlight (Ski-Doo snowmobiles only). It integrates so neatly that it’s hardly noticeable – until you turn it on. Then – presto – it’s like someone turned on the floodlights! Use it in tandem …

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TC118 Snowmobile Trailers Triton Review

TC118 Snowmobile Trailers Triton Review

Why should you check out this Triton TC118 Snowmobile Trailers product review? With trailers, you get what you pay for and buying cheap is more likely to leave you stranded by the side of the road than enjoying your snowmobile tour destination. On the other hand, an all-aluminium Triton Trailer will likely last 15 years or more if taken care …

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Split Rail Skis Best Product Review

Split Rail Skis Best Product Review

I’m revisiting Split Rail Skis. Five years after my previous review, I’m just as impressed today as I was then for a snowmobile tour or snowmobile vacation. I tried an experiment over the past two seasons. It involved using the same set of Split Rails for over 10,000 kilometres of riding each season. And after more than 30,000 klicks, they …

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Woodys Snowmobile Studs Best Traction

Woodys Snowmobile Studs Best Traction

Do you use Woodys snowmobile studs for your snowmobile tours or snowmobile vacation?  Last winter, a sledder friend was riding a snow covered, tertiary road, when his snowmobile suddenly flipped and rolled on ice. All of us believed that if his sled had been studded, the incident would not have occurred. So what about studs… If you are doing …

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Snowmobile Tie Boss Tie Down Product Review

Snowmobile Tie Boss Tie Down Product Review

Anyone who trailers their snow machines for snowmobile tours or snowmobile vacations has experience with tie down straps. Typically, they are required by law to properly secure your snowmobiles to the trailer bed while in transit. I’ve tried everything from heavy-duty bungees to ratchets to clip straps. I’ve had varying degrees of success, convenience and ease of use on …

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