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rascal23

Racks for snowmobiles

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For you guys that use snowmobiles, how do you rig your machines with racks? After-market? Custom? I saw the digger rack for augers - looks good. Are some makes,models better suited to rigging than others? Do you need a studded track for no-snow conditions? Looking at a cheap used one and I'm trying to figure out how to set it up. Thanks for replys.

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I'm planning on getting a Johnson Cargo Systems Rack for next year. Not sure what others use if you are interested in getting a fish house rack.

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Better clarify. Plan on getting a cheap used snowmobile. And yeah, I may want a rack to carry a fish-trap.

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I just used two 3ft square tubing attached to some large L brackets and bolted a utility box and clamps for my ice auger. Worked great!

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I just pull my portable behind...make sure you have a good towing mount and a travel cover good to go!

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this is what i did...

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