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Snowmobile auger rack

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I don't believe there is one manufacturer that makes them. I believe that they're all custom built, depending on the sled.

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I agree! I think if you want one, you better start on one in your garage. Maybe someone should make it a business opportunity and start taking custom orders smirk.gif

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are you sure? there is a pic of one on the 2007 Clam fish house brochure on that bearcat.

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Yep. Those are custom made.

Jim Hudson, from the forums here, has a rack like that on the front of his Bearcat. His was custom.

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What are some thoughts or opinions on best spot to mount and carry your auger on a sled?

Do you think the auger would have a better ride over the hood or in the rear?

Was Jim Hudson's mounted some how to the actual suspension arms...which to me wouldn't be a very good idea. If it were mounted to the body I think would be ok.

I custom made one for my ZR500 and used it a few times before the sled died on me. But the rack worked great and it was just some scrap metal to build it. I should take some pics. But like it was mentioned above, each sled means a slightly different design on the auger rack. I thought about making a few more for some buddies but I don't have immediate access to a welder either.

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Here's a couple photos of Jim's sled.

He did not mount the rack to the front suspension but rather to the hole in the bulkhead that the swaybars pass through on the other Cats. The Bearcats don't have a swaybar so this hole is a perfect spot to mount your rack.

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