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Cat photos

Posted by JVT (Members) at Apr 30 2018, 08:45 AM. 0 comments

One of the events are over and lots of phots are posted.

Widening a drag

Posted by Worldsailr (Members) at Apr 23 2018, 12:33 PM. One comment

Has anybody had a drag widened? I have a mogul master 8-04 that I am thinking of widening to 6' to pull with a UTV. I haven't been able to get a price yet for having a shop do it, I am curious if it would be better to sell the 4' and buy a bigger one. I like the 8-06 but TSI has yet to respond to my inquiries.

Bombi and / or BR100 Track adjustment

Posted by JVMunson (Members) at Mar 28 2018, 05:37 AM. 2 comments

We have a debate in our club on how tight to tighten the tracks on our Bombi and our BR100. Both have winter tracks on them and have a mixture of original Bombi Tires, foam filled implement tires, and Urethane tires.

One thought is you tighten the track until an air filled tire starts to dent BUT that doesn't hold up when you use Foam or Urethane Tires. What then?

Secondly, is the side to side adjustment. We never paid much attention to this until this year - trying to make sure the dimensions from the center of the second to last wheel to the rear turn wheels centers are the same. BUT when we do that, one track is looser than the other. Then we are back to the first item I mentioned We could use some answers...

Recently, the BR100, which, had a red urethane sprocket. sheared off a tooth. Sprocket had less than 50 hours on it and the machine was just running down the trail. Looking at it, showed a bunch of small cracks at the base of the remaining teeth. Thoughts/theories on what caused this failure?

Thanks in advance.

deep track on a Skandic SWT or VK540?

Posted by Dave T (Members) at Mar 15 2018, 08:27 PM. 5 comments

We've used older Skandic SWT's and VK540's for snowmobile trail grooming for years.

Here in mid-state New York, we have now received two 36'+ dumps of snow that past two years in a row. Very tough breaking trail (lots of hills).

Have any of your upgraded to 1.5" Camso tracks? Was it a straight replacements? How did things work? Was it worth it?


Grooming links Facebook Page

Posted by Koz (Admin) at Feb 23 2018, 02:39 PM. 0 comments

Hi All. I'm in the process of recreating my grooming links page on Facebook. It's still a work in progress - Stop over and check it out and let me know what it needs. Thanks.

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