Welcome Guest [Log In] [Register]
We hope you enjoy your visit.

You're currently viewing our forum as a guest. This means you are limited to certain areas of the board and there are some features you can't use. If you join our community, you'll be able to access member-only sections, and use many member-only features such as customizing your profile, sending personal messages, and voting in polls. Registration is simple, fast, and completely free.

When you register for an account you will see the following message -Due to the amount of "spammers" trying to get on the board all registrations must be approved by me. What this means is that after you register your registration must be authorized. Also your email address has to be verified, you will receive an email with a link YOU MUST CLICK ON THIS LINK TO VERIFY YOUR EMAIL OR YOUR ACCOUNT WILL NOT BE APPROVED. I check the message board several times a day and approve registrations as they come in. Sorry for the wait but it is necessary to keep the spam off the boards.Thanks,Koz It is very important that you click on the link in the email to validate your email. Please check your spam folder as the email message may be sent there by your email provider. IF YOU DO NOT CLICK ON THIS LINK YOUR ACCOUNT WILL NOT BE APPROVED !!!

Join our community!

If you're already a member please log in to your account to access all of our features:

Username:   Password:

Active Users

22 users online in the past 10 minutes (0 Members · 22 Guests · 0 Anonymous)

Hydraulic Oil

Posted by HSS (Members) at Yesterday, 8:36 PM. 2 comments

I'm having a hard time finding Chevron ATF TYPE F Hydraulic Oil in anything less than a 55 gallon drum. What's the alternative for a 2003 PB Edge.


Snowmobile Purchase

Posted by Lyndo (Members) at Nov 8 2017, 10:00 AM. One comment

Does any one have any information on what snowmobile you can purchase with RTP grant money?
In Montana the FWP has sent in a wavier request to allow us to buy a Ski-Doo.
Nothing has been done in Washington.
There are only 3 brands of snowmobiles that will do the job.
Polaris has dropped the 4 stroke engine.(and they are assembled in Mexico)
Ski-Doo is a Canadian company and the Skandic is assembled in Finland.
I have been trying to find out where Arctic Cat is assembled.

Questions on building a roller/compactor

Posted by Hidden Meadows (Members) at Oct 16 2017, 03:33 PM. One comment

I've been looking at some of the homebuilt rollers out there and have a question on the frame. I've attached a few photos (two of them found on this website and the third a roller from YTS).

Question about framework: During one posting someone commented that angle iron is best. The comment was that tubular (photo attached) will hold water at some point and rust. Another hint was not to put on a cover at either end of the roller to avoid trapping any snow and possible ice (photo of jumbo roller attached).

Would you agree with both of the above? Does YTS use angle iron and not tubular?

Question on attaching roller to metal framework inside roller: How is the plastic culvert attached to the metal frame? Are there screws placed inside the grooves (on the outside of the roller) going into the metal frame work inside? How does YTS attach their frames to the roller?


Posted ImagePosted ImagePosted Image

BR 180 steering

Posted by groomer master (Members) at Sep 23 2017, 07:21 PM. 0 comments

Our 2002 pulls to the right real bad you can correct it with the steering nob. We had a tech come and celibate it and it was way off and its better now but still off about 1/4 turn on the nob. Anyone else have this happen we were told that maybe the steering wheel needs to be celibate

Yamaha VK540

Posted by Dave T (Members) at Mar 24 2017, 04:45 PM. 2 comments

Is anyone using the new VK540 for grooming (snowmobile or XC)? What are you pulling? What is your experience so far? Post photos.


Board Statistics

Total Forum Posts: 29,370
Total Members: 2,719 (The newest member is smials)
Jul 8 2013, 01:24 PM, a record 125 users were online.

Find more great themes at the IFSZ