What grease should I use on my snowmobile?
I’d highly recommend a good quality synthetic water resistant lithium complex grease that is low temp rated. Conventional greases will hold water and contribute to rusting.
How often should you grease a snowmobile?
To keep things cool and working smoothly, the parts are bathed in oil; it should be changed at least once per year. Drain the chaincase lube into a container and note its condition. If it’s slippery, looks clean and seems to be in good shape, give yourself a high five for not neglecting the drivetrain.
Do snowmobiles need oil changes?
Recommended schedules for oil changes in snowmobiles will vary slightly by manufacturer but generally speaking oil should be changed after 500 miles on a brand new sled and 2500 miles thereafter. Aficionados recommend you change the oil regardless of the miles at the beginning of each season.
How often should you check your snowmobile spark plugs?
Keep your snowmobile in top performing condition by changing out your spark plugs on a regular basis. For moderate snowmobile use, one set of spark plugs per season is sufficient. If you’re riding hard and often, be prepared to change out your spark plugs more frequently.
Should you lube a snowmobile clutch?
that is correct, you do not lubricate a snowmobile primary clutch. It is considered a “dry clutch” on an atv, you use a quality grease to lube the rollers but that is not done on a snowmobile.
What will a clutch kit do for my snowmobile?
Its a number of things… Heavier primary weights for ealier engagement, steeper helix for faster acceleration, better back shifting.. etc.. You can customise for anything you want really. Trail, deep powder, drag racing.
How do you free up a snowmobile clutch?
If the primary clutch of your snowmobile is stuck, you can either pull it out using the standard clutch puller or you can use fluid to create a high pressure that will pop out the clutch.