Discover Handy Snowmobile Glove Box Storage…
This is my Ski-Doo snowmobile glove box product review for your snowmobile tour or snowmobile vacation. I’ve always been a bit of a packrat with my snowmobile. I fill every available nook and cranny with emergency gear and necessities that might come in handy on a snowmobile tour far from home. But with the manufacturers’ on-going quest for streamlining and weight reduction, there are fewer empty niches on most current sleds.
Ski-Doo Snowmobile Glove Box – Positioning
That’s why I can never get enough storage space. So the glove box-like storage compartment Ski-Doo built standard into the dash of their Rev-XS platform models appeals to me. It’s positioning is not only handy for the rider. But by being located above the engine compartment is also relatively warm.
Ski-Doo Snowmobile Glove Box – Extension
Then Ski-Doo designers made two very worthwhile additions to an already great idea. One, they came up with an extension that rises above the original storage compartment into that empty space between dash and the inside of the windshield. This glove box extension replaces the stock storage compartment cover. It provide plenty of additional storage capacity. There’s even a padded glove box liner available to help protect your items from jostling around inside and seal out any snow dust. For me, the glove box extension also creates a tight space between the back of the extension and the inside of the windshield. This slot is perfect for holding my trail map. Which leads me to the second worthwhile addition…
Two, the face door of the glove box extension is designed to securely mount a GPS unit. This places the face of the GPS where it’s easily accessible and readable by the rider.
Overall, this Ski-Doo dash storage compartment and glove box extension are great ways to carry the most-used items that you want to be handy, secure and convenient on your ride.
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