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Old 08-21-2014, 03:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Carry a snowboard while riding a snowmobile?

Any ideas on how I can transport my snowboard on the back of my snowmachine (sled, snowmobile) without it getting in the way and/or breaking the board if I happen to roll my sled?
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I don't know, but please stick around this site because if you have a snowmobile in AK, I'm definitely hitting you up the next time I get up there.

Turnagain Pass looks fun as hell, but the hiking/skinning would be brutal.
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I don't know, but please stick around this site because if you have a snowmobile in AK, I'm definitely hitting you up the next time I get up there.

Turnagain Pass looks fun as hell, but the hiking/skinning would be brutal.
Lol, sure . We usually ride to Lost Lake from Cooper Landing, a bit south of turnagain. A little difficult to get into sometimes but once your there there's plenty of slopes.
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or just use one half of an ATV gunrack and an old heelstrap from a binding... much cheaper.
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