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Terms Regarding Snowmobile Supplies and Parts

Countless individuals own and operate snowmobiles and ATVs for various purposes. After all, these helpful machines are able to operate on terrain that some motor vehicles cannot. However, parts and supplies are sometimes requires for snowmobiles and ATVs in order to keep them operating properly. This includes replacement gears, windshields, clutches, and engine parts. Sometimes the skis and tracks on snowmobiles even need to be replaced for functionality and safety reasons. Here are some helpful terms and definitions that apply to new and used snowmobile parts and supplies.

  • Two-Stroke Engine – This is an internal combustion engine that is sometimes used in snowmobiles, scooters, lawnmowers, and motorcycles. It operates using one evolution of the crankshaft, which is half of what is common in a four-stroke engine.
  • ATV – An all-terrain vehicle, such as a four-wheeler, quad racer, or three-wheeler. These small vehicles have the ability to run on various landscapes, and have motors of different sizes to meet different needs. Most ATVs have gears and hand breaks like motorcycles do.
  • Track – This part is typically made from reinforced rubber, and is found on both rear sides of a snowmobile. The track functions like wheels in the sense that it rotates to move the snowmobile. It is wrapped around a rear suspension system.
  • Ski Spindle – A part that connects the skis to the steering system, as well as the suspension system. The ski spindle can be acquired new or used from parts dealers.
  • Howl – Also known as the hood, this part helps protect the motor or engine of a snowmobile. The howl also keeps other mechanical components from getting damaged or covered in snow and water.
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    Han's Motorsports & Suspension Inc.
    3034 Bunker Rd, Hibbing, MN 55746
    For over 15 years, Han's Motosport & Suspension has been offering the residents of Hibbing, MN with top of the line repair for their off-road vehicles.
    (218) 263-6751
    Hayward Marine
    15271 W State Road 77, Hayward, WI 54843
    Hayward Marine has a trusted and experienced technician staff here to care for your boat. Our #1 goal is to get you back on the water as soon as possible. Call us today!
    (715) 634-4373
    Adk Motorsports
    4533 Martin Rd, Duluth, MN 55803
    (218) 720-6194
    R J Sport & Cycle
    4918 Miller Trunk Hwy, Duluth, MN 55811
    (218) 729-5150
    Ske's Snowmobile Parts
    4917 Lightning Dr, Duluth, MN 55811
    (218) 624-2183
    Twin Ports Power Sports
    5771 Highway 2, Duluth, MN 55810
    (218) 624-8329
    T Craig Services
    7220 Highway 2, Saginaw, MN 55779
    (218) 729-8656
    Team Fast
    201 Jackson St, Eveleth, MN 55734
    (218) 744-2101
    Northland Small Engine
    520 N Broadway Ave, Gilbert, MN 55741
    (218) 749-6474
    Thundersports
    1014 Ogden Ave, Superior, WI 54880
    (715) 392-4030
    Ely Adventure Rentals
    9089 Highway 21 N, Babbitt, MN 55706
    (218) 827-3652
    Lossing's Cat Shack
    30 North Dr, Babbitt, MN 55706
    (218) 827-2635
    Dales Snowmobile ATV Repair
    4863 Butler Rd, Iron, MN 55751
    (218) 744-2500
    Rapid Rental & Supply
    1504 4th St S, Virginia, MN 55792
    (218) 741-8608
    Showcase Trophies
    8470 Us Highway 2, Iron River, WI 54847
    (715) 372-6199


    Snowmobiles are a fun and exciting way for sporting enthusiasts to experience the great outdoors. Over the last few years, snowmobiling has become one of the most popular forms of ATV and motor vehicle recreation. Originally, snowmobiles were used primarily as utility vehicles for hunters and workers. They used them to transfer people and supplies across frozen marine and land terrain that didn’t have trails or paths. Today, they are used for leisure as well as occupational purposes. Many snowmobile operators join clubs that participate in races and expeditions. Snowmobiles come in many different shapes and sizes. While most snowmobiles are for personal use, larger vehicles can be used for transferring several passengers at once. Nearly all snowmobiles contain continuous tracks at the rear of the sled for vehicle propulsion, along with skis at the front for maneuvering and directional control. Most have dual tracks, however some contain quad tracks which resemble traditional ATVs. In addition, two-stroke engines are typically found on most snowmobiles. However, four-stroke engines have gained increasing popularity for their quieter handling and more environmentally friendly impact. Most snowmobile users buy their parts from specialized ATV and motor vehicle stores. These stores provide a wide variety of name-brand gear and accessories. Accessories typically include snowmobile covers, windshields, lifts, clutches and many other important components. Stores will often provide special sales and discounts on their products. It’s often a good idea to check their website for more information on special offers. In addition to selling snowmobile gear and parts, many dealers also offer customers with rental vehicles. As the sport of snowmobiling gains popularity, stores and dealers continue to facilitate the needs of snowmobilers around the world.
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