With the Black Ice snowmobile track stand you can easily lift your snowmobile for front or rear end maintenance or storage. To use slide the lift under the snowmobile, adjust the height and then raise by pushing on the lift arm. Three adjustable lift settings to accommodate all types of snowmobiles. Lift locks into place with safety chain while in use.
Made from black powder coated steel
10" by 10" base provides stability while lifting
Easy one-person use
Lifts front or rear of snowmobiles
Lift has three lift height settings to accommodate most snowmobiles
Extend your sled's track life and prevent track freeze-up with the Black Ice Adjustable Snowmobile Track Stand. Featuring three adjustable lifting height settings, the snowmobile jack is compatible with most sleds and can be used on either rear or front bumpers up to 2" thick. The sled stand securely locks into place with included chain and 10" x 10" base provides necessary stability.
To use, simply slide the stand under the front or rear bumper bar, adjust stand height if needed, push down on the lift arm and lock into place with chain. The snowmobile stand is constructed of steel and has a black powder coat finish for longevity. Quickly and easily jack up the front or rear end of your snowmobile with the Black Ice Adjustable Snowmobile Track Stand. Assembly is required and comes with a one year warranty.
Setting 1: 14" to 21" Setting 2: 18" to 25" Setting 3: 21" to 28"
it is very light weight to handle. it is made strong. we really enjoy it. would tell other about it very happy with the produck
4 StarsSnowmobile Stand SNO-1511
Timothy from WI wrote (January 13, 2015):
Was in doubt about purchasing this product for use with my 2012 Yamaha Venture Lite. The rear frame bar is higher than most other snow machines which makes it more difficult to lift on to a stationary stand. Watching the video "sold" me on this product. Once out of the box I had to practice with this lift. It did not work at first as I had planned. I could have modified the lift by drilling more holes in the adjustable shaft but I did not. Since my machine has two rear frame bars spaced 4 inches apart, I am able to use the lift as planned by modifying the procedure to a two step process. At first the lift arm would not go low enough to pick up the sled or once adjusted lower would not lift high enough to get it on the stationary stand. By going to the two step process I can use the top frame bar to get the machine half way up on the stationary stand where the machine's track is not all the way off the ground. Then I lift the sled again from the bottom frame bar and slide it on to the stationary stand where the machine's track is all the way off the ground. I can use the new snowmobile stand to lift the front of the machine and place the skis on to 4 x 4 blocks to keep the skis from freezing to the ground or keep the skis from rusting while on the trailer bed.