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  • #569165
    mooney
    3 Posts

    My ghetto rigged bungee cord/plywood setup isnt cutting it anymore.

    Anyone know of any info/plans on how to build a sturdy snowmobile snowboard rack that can hold 1 or 2 splitboards?

    I have a 99 RMK 700 if that matters.

    Gracias

    #598942
    jackhennigan
    38 Posts

    http://www.cheetahfactoryracing.com

    Great reviews form all the granola hippies in interior BC

    #598943
    Killclimbz
    1165 Posts

    These guys make ski/board racks for snowmobiles. Might be an easier way to go.

    #598944
    IridePow
    288 Posts

    jonpierre could maybe help you out.
    Send him a PM.

    Here is his blog
    http://www.weknowsnow.com/blog/

    #598945
    Will
    376 Posts

    I mounted four flat eyelets in my floorboards (two on each side) and then use a ratcheting tie down to hold my board to the tunnel:

    It’s not the fastest in and out but the price is right and it gets the job done. I don’t like how some of the racks out there make your board hang way off the end of the sled, it makes it awkward if you need to pick up the rear end.

    #598946
    mtnrider
    740 Posts

    I just can’t bring myself to drill holes in the tunnel.

    Oh well…

    #598947
    Will
    376 Posts

    The holes I used are in the footboards. On that note, if you do drill in those be careful to look underneath first, some sleds run the coolant lines under there. Pip drilled in to his when building his rack, but plugged the leak with a sheetmetal screw and was good to go. Having a beat ass sled that’s 11 years old makes it easier to drill holes 😉

    #598948
    ride_pow
    116 Posts

    @jackhennigan wrote:

    http://www.cheetahfactoryracing.com

    Great reviews form all the granola hippies in interior BC

    Are they really granola hippies if they are roarin’ around on braps braps?

    Just sayin’. 😉

    #598949
    IridePow
    288 Posts

    I remembered seeing something on here.
    http://www.splitboard.com/talk/viewtopic.php?t=536

    #795525
    tomassend
    2 Posts

    Hey there, this is the owner of Mo Pros Mountain Equipment. You can see some of our products at:

    http://www.mo-pros.com

    Regarding DIY set ups, the Mo Pros POW Lines Brackets are capable of mounting to any flat surface. Keep it in mind as an option for your next build.

    Thank you for your time.

    Mo Pros - POW Line Brackets

    #795526
    tomassend
    2 Posts

    Pow Line Brackets

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    gnarlycharlie
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    gnarlycharlie
    56 Posts

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