Most snowmobile dealers will sell the hitch part you will need for your snowmobile, or check with Dennis Kirk up off 35 north of the cities. I had one on my Arctic Cat, it bolted-clamped to the rear bumper grab handle, and worked very well.
Like the other Gent said, get an otter
sled. They have any size you might want, and they have a good quick release semi rigid hitch system that just pins to the back of your snowmobile or ATV. They sell hard plastic runners if you really want to get some extra service out of the bottom of your sled, really a good idea. otter
Outdoors, or what ever they are called, is a Minn. company, located out near Maple Plain on 55. You can call them, place an order, they will ship or you can drive out and pickup. Nice to patronize a Minn. company.
There are other cheaper sleds, and lighter duty than an otter
. I will say you get what you pay for, and we all have to buy what we can afford. But some of the sleds that are not Otters are sort of "toy-like" and break apart- or the sides and front are not very high, or not very durable. I see posts on other forums, from guys trying to figure out how to modify their "non-otter
" sleds this year so that they do not drag and plow so much snow, and take so much snow over the top edge of thier "toy" sleds.
Enough said. Look around, Google "otter
sleds, Minnesota" and you will see. Didn't mean to offend anyone that has a non-otter
sled-- I actually own some Eskimo gear myself... I just like Otters sled best!