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Snowmobile Mono Suits: Embrace the Adult Onesie

Posted on 30 Nov 2016 in Powersports, Snowmobile | 0 comments

Ryan

Ryan is one of the lucky ones who gets to combine their passion with work.He has enjoyed powersports his whole life and now gets to write about it.Ryan has been around the industry since starting to work at Dennis Kirk in High School and continues to enjoy learning and sharing aboutpowersports with others in his role in DK content.

We all loved our onesies when we were growing up.  They were all nice and cozy.  And best of all, you only had to worry about one article of clothing.  But as we grew older, we had to give them up to be big boys and girls and wear actual pants and whatnot.  In the snowmobile world, we were left with separate jackets and bibs to choose from.  Wouldn’t it be nice to just be able to throw on a onesie again? Back in the day, the one piece snow suit did rule the roost.  So much so that many of the many sled manufacturers had their own branded offerings.  Whether they were race leathers or made from crude, early textiles, the snow suits of the 70’s were […]

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Fox QS3 Snowmobile Shocks: Fine Tune with Ease

Posted on 14 Nov 2016 in Powersports | 0 comments

Ryan

Ryan is one of the lucky ones who gets to combine their passion with work.He has enjoyed powersports his whole life and now gets to write about it.Ryan has been around the industry since starting to work at Dennis Kirk in High School and continues to enjoy learning and sharing aboutpowersports with others in his role in DK content.

More is better right?  In much of the snowmobile industry, this rings true.  The introduction of clicker shocks over the past few years is a perfect example.  The mass influx of clicker shocks with myriad adjustments has allowed performance obsessed riders to fine tune their sleds handling and suspension to meet their very specific needs.  These shocks have also left plenty of riders confused and put-off on all the options.  The fact is, these high tech shocks just aren’t for everyone.  Clicker shocks require time to ride test the adjustments and many riders just don’t have that.  That being said, everyone does want their sled to handle and ride better for the way they ride. If you crave better handling but don’t have the time or patience […]

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