Can You Ride a Snowmobile Without Carbides?

Can You Ride a Snowmobile Without Carbides?

You can ride a snowmobile without carbides. However, doing that may cause its rods to wear out faster and compromise steering control around corners. It can also make your ride uncomfortable. A snowmobile needs appropriate gear to function properly. Among such gear is the carbide, which connects to the bottom of the rods on your…

Can You Walk on Snowmobile Trails?

Can You Walk on Snowmobile Trails?

You can walk on snowmobile trails and use them for other winter activities, such as hiking, dog sledding, and skiing. Since different levels of government have an association with the trails, most of them are public, and recreational activity is allowed. Snowmobiles are only allowed on specific snow trails; therefore, some may think the snowmobile…

Explained: The Costs of Rebuilding a Snowmobile Engine

Explained: The Costs of Rebuilding a Snowmobile Engine

There’s no better way to keep yourself outdoors and active throughout the winter than diving into a hobby like snowmobiling. Unfortunately, snowmobiles occasionally have repair costs that you’ll have to factor in. If things go south, how much would it cost to rebuild a snowmobile engine? The cost of rebuilding a snowmobile engine goes from…

Can You Remove Studs From a Snowmobile’s Track?

Can You Remove Studs From a Snowmobile’s Track?

Snowmobiles are fun to experience for everyone. However, certain weather conditions such as packed or hard snow require add-ons like studs for a smooth ride. Fortunately, studs are not always necessary to have on a snowmobile. You can easily remove studs from a snowmobile track while keeping the track intact. Unless desired, it is not…

Here’s Why Your Snowmobile Keeps Fouling Plugs

Here’s Why Your Snowmobile Keeps Fouling Plugs

Your snowmobile keeps fouling plugs because of excessive idling, low-speed driving over a long distance, carburetor issues, worn piston rings, blocked air filter, rand too much gas. Riding the snowmobile for short periods and flooding from the engine failing to start will cause the plugs to foul.  When your snowmobile has been running well, and…

8 Reasons Your Snowmobile Runs on One Cylinder

8 Reasons Your Snowmobile Runs on One Cylinder

A non-functioning snowmobile can be a nightmare. Running on one cylinder will markedly reduce performance and risk further damage to your engine. Here are some of the reasons why your snowmobile runs on one cylinder  You’ll want to avoid this issue, or quickly repair it if this problem pops up. Why Do Snowmobiles Run on…