Over time, your snowmobile track can stretch and loosen. Eventually you may hear loud clunking sounds and feel the sled shudder as the track’s drive lugs slip over the drive shaft – known as ratcheting.
This robs your sled of power and momentum. Not good if you plunge into deep powder or lay into the throttle to deadhead it across a lake.
Before you hit the trail or mountainside this season, make sure your track is properly tensioned. Check out this video from our experts to find out how.
How To Adjust the Track on your Snowmobile
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