Summerize Your Snowmobile & Snowblower

Prep your winter machines for the off-season with these maintenance tips
By Mark Boncher
Published: March 4, 2014
Ski-Doo snowmobile summerize offseason
Summerize? Yes, it is actually a word. And I’m not talking about condensing rambling sentences. What I am talking about is how to correctly “summerize” your winter machines. Storing your snowmobile and snowblower for the summer is just as important as winterizing is for your boat and summer toys. You will likely not be using your snowmobile or snowblower all summer, so you don’t want the machines to degrade from lack of use in storage.
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