Read the owners manual written for your model snowmobile. If adjustments were not made in the Spring, they must be completed before using your snowmobile for the first time.
• Replace spark plugs. Be sure they are gapped to manufacturers specifications and are the proper heat range. See owners manual.
• Check fuel filter, replace if necessary. Check fuel lines for cracks or leaks.
• Check fittings for leaks. Drain old fuel and replace with a high octane fuel.
• Check for wear and cracks.
• Be sure you have a spare belt in your snowmobile.
• Examine for broken cleats, loose or torn drive holes, and ply separation.
• Alignment of track.
• Track tension.
• Examine for loose weld joints, loose or worn out wear rods.
• Check ski bottom for excessive wear.
• Check chain tension
• Check for oil leaks
• Replace burned out bulbs.
• Apply brakes to check stop lights with engine running.
• Clean bellt dust of clutch faces, check owners manual for recommendations.
• Proper adjustment.
• Free operation.
• Worn pads.
*Check for loose nuts and bolts on the snowmobile.*
• Idler wheels
• Axle wheels and bearings.
• Loose nuts and bolts.
• Broken welds and springs.
• Slide rails, inspect for wear.
Check spare parts and tools
• Light bulbs pack so they won't break.
• Spark plugs need to be gapped. Check owners manual for proper setting. In an emergency, a match cover will approximate gap.
• Spare belt.
• Tools (pliers, adjustable wrench, screwdrivers: flat and Phillips, lockable pliers).
• Starter pull rope.
• Owners manual.
• Emergency survival kit.
Have Fun and Drive Safe!
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