mobile snowmobile lift to move machine without dragging

mobile snowmobile lift to move machine without dragging

Post by James » Wed, 25 Apr 2001 04:38:34


Just wondering if there is a web site for a machine dolly??
I could use it in the winter as well when I pull the machine out of the
garage after storing it over nite. Gets to be a pain pulling it out
backwards.
 
 
 

mobile snowmobile lift to move machine without dragging

Post by Bria » Wed, 25 Apr 2001 08:26:11

There are several different types of dollys and lifts available.

Snow Etc. - http://www.SnowEtc.com
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Brian  2001 XC600SP & 2001 XC120 for the kid

 
 
 

mobile snowmobile lift to move machine without dragging

Post by NoSnoNBolivi » Fri, 27 Apr 2001 04:57:57

I use CMP dollies - they fit under each ski and under the track, with a belt
that holds the track dolly around the tunnel and seat.  I recommend you get
dollies that have the seat belt.  My kids can jockey the sleds around on
these dollies easily, so I'm sure they'll work for what you want.  I got
mine from Dennis Kirk - www.denniskirk.com (part no. 28698) for about $52.00
per set.  If Brian at snowetc carries them, his price will probably be
better.

Remember that if you are storing the sled for awhile, you should remove the
track dolly - it looks like they could shorten the life of your track if you
stored with the dolly under the sled, because the machine's weight is
concentrated in a pretty small area of the track.

--
Steve


Quote:
> Just wondering if there is a web site for a machine dolly??
> I could use it in the winter as well when I pull the machine out of the
> garage after storing it over nite. Gets to be a pain pulling it out
> backwards.


 
 
 

mobile snowmobile lift to move machine without dragging

Post by Andy_Drago » Sat, 28 Apr 2001 12:10:14

I bought a dolly from Royal Distributing in Barrie for almost the same
reason.  I commute to the city to work during the week and due to sticky
little fingers, I put my sleds in the garage for the week.  To avoid
scraping the garage floor, I bought one and I _love_ this thing.  It makes
me wonder why it took me soo long.

Royal is in Ontario, Canada in Barrie and in Guelph.  The site is at
http://www.royaldistributing.com.  They have an online copy of their catalog
and the dolly I bought is on page 289 at the top for $299.95 (part no
12-248).  A bit pricey, but worth it.  Unfortunately, this item cannot be
shipped.

~Andy


Quote:
> Just wondering if there is a web site for a machine dolly??
> I could use it in the winter as well when I pull the machine out of the
> garage after storing it over nite. Gets to be a pain pulling it out
> backwards.