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  1) Sure, you’ll still be gone all day, totally exhausted when you come home, smelly, and useless, but your wallet will be full enough for your to order pizza and leave you alone. 2) The North American oil industry is dying for reserves to be used up to stop the slide… time to help a brotha out and burn some of that fuel, and do your part for the working man. 3) No more reasons to fight with you buddies about who’s turn it is to fill up the truck on the way to the mountain, everyone will be...

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Many of our Canadian customers ask us why we are pricing in USD when we are a Canadian company.  The basic answer, or so we thought, was psychology.  We figured that Canadians are used to recalculating prices into CAD from USD while our American customers would not be used to that, and would only really see our headline price, which looks higher.  We've always been committed to providing quality racks at modest prices, and we wanted to make sure everyone knew. In 2014 our price for a Large Snowmobile Rack was 219.99 CAD and for a Ski Strap was 129.99 CAD.  We figured that by changing...

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This one sends chills down my spine!   Cody Townsend's Line of the Year. Looking forward to an epic season.

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The season has started, but not very evenly around the world, in fact, it’s downright muddy for many of us. For those of us still waiting for enough snow to get started, let’s try not to be too bitter and take a look around at some spots where people are out and about.   Iowa Report:  Having some shallow fun.     Michigan report: OK, so not exactly epic, but a good way to burn some fuel and get out there at least…   Vermont report: Pretty much the same as Michigan, there is some snow on the ground and...

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70 mile house, caribou, carry chainsaw on snowmobile, deep snow, snowmobiling, trail riding -

A quick shipping update.  We've managed to get to fedex on Dec. 24, 27, 30 and will again on Jan. 2 so holiday orders are being processed. In between all that, the snowmobiling conditions have been distracting.  While the coast mountains of BC have been pretty disappointing so far this year, the interior of BC has had some great riding.  Mountain riding is always a highlight for the year, but there is a lot to be said for trail riding especially when it starts and ends at a remote cabin in the Canadian wilderness.   In recent years the trail...

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