Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Gift Certificates

The Sled Parlor Inc. Gift Certificates make great stocking stuffers. Do you have a snowmobile or ATV enthusiast in your home? This gift allows them to choose what they really want or need. The Sled Parlor Inc. has new aftermarket parts and accessories, or used parts that the certificate can go towards. So contact us, and we can get a gift certificate headed your way!

Muff Pots

If you want a hot meal on the trail these are the way to go. I’ve been searching on the internet and people will cook anything from Hot Dogs to Shrimp in a Muff Pot. Here is a link to one forum that was interesting. There is even one post on this page that talks about cooking times, Trail riding versus Hill climbing. http://www.snowest.com/forum/showthread.php?t=46131 If you want a Muff Pot The Sled Parlor Inc. has them in stock.

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Friday, November 21, 2008

For Sale: Dog Type Sleigh

Are you heading up to the cabin? This dog type sleigh works excellent for hauling Jerry cans, bedding, and supplies up into the Alpine. It has full length skis with replaceable runners, and a spring loaded hitch.

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Wednesday, November 19, 2008


I was looking at our web page stats today, and I see that there are a lot of you out there blogging, and posting comments on forums about us. I was actually able to go in and see who some of you are. Thank you very much for your referrals. They are definitely sending more traffic to our website!

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Wondering what to get your Snowmobile for Christmas?

Are you dreaming of fresh powder and hill climbs? Do you want to add a few extras to your machine this year?

Here are a few of our favourite aftermarket “goodies”.

Quick Clickers:
Are you tired of pulling out wrenches to adjust your TRA clutch? These innovative gizmos allow you adjust your ramp angle in a matter of seconds.

SLP Flow-Rite Intake Kits:
These Flow-Rites and pre filter socks are made with a powder sno pre-filter that is amazing at repelling snow and water, but allowing air to flow. Do you need more air flow? Are you blowing belts? These placed properly will give you better airflow around your clutches and will stop your machine from eating belts.

Hyperfax slide Rails:
These slide rails reduce heat when you are riding fast or on hard snow. They definitely extend your slide rail life. They also improve fuel economy!

Simmons Flexi-Ski:
These are one of Landon’s new additions and he says they make going up the trail an easy ride. They give more control, less strain on arms and shoulders, stop darting, and they slide over bumps and ruts with incredible control. They are a wide ski with dual carbide so they float over snow, while giving you controlled steering. Excellent for side hilling.

Slide Savers:
Are you over heating on hard packed trails? These slide savers easily mount on your skid frame, they scratch the snow giving you much needed cooling and can be tucked up out of the way when they are not needed.

Big Wheel Offset Axle Kit:
For less rolling resistance and free horsepower use these axle kits with 8” wheels. This kit also moves your axle location up and forward from your stock axle location.

Boss Seats:
Need to lose a few pounds? The boss seat on average weights 6 pounds, and is three inches taller allowing for a much more comfortable ride if you have raised your handle bars. They also come with a handy storage compartment.

Power Madd Handgaurds:
These can be used on snowmobiles, ATV, dirt bikes and more. Your hands will stay allot warmer with these to stop the wind. Get in a full day of riding without freezing your fingers.

For more “extras” like handle bar hooks, Handle bar risers, clutch kits, Hand warmers, windshields and more just contact us.

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Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Where to Ride?

Sorry guys, this is not a picture from this year!

A customer of ours was good enough to let us know about a website that will help update you on snow conditions. If you go to http://snowandmud.com/forum/ and scroll down the page, there are forums about riding area’s information and conditions. It looks like Revy is your best bet at the moment, but conditions are still not ideal. Remember if you head out too soon and hit a rock....call us:)!!
Have you been out riding? Tell us if you have a place to recommend, or if you had terrible riding somewhere. It would be great to hear from you, please post a comment.


Are we open on Saturdays?

We are now open every other Saturday. As we are a couple run business we do need a break, and we don’t want to be all about selling parts we also want to ride!! We try to remind people to ALWAYS contact us before you come out!! We occasionally are open two Saturdays in a row, so we can make the Saturday we are closed fall on a long weekend. Our answering machine always tells if we are open and what hours we are open that day. The Saturdays we are open our hours are from 9:00am – 3:00pm. We are very sorry for any inconvenience, but the two of us are run off our feet and we get a little grouchy without a break :) . If you are having problems getting here during the hours we are open, talk directly to Lando and we will try our best to work something out for you.
We value your business, and want to thank you for being customers of The Sled Parlor Inc.