How To: Where to Grease

A little lube goes a long way... no pun intended
Tools for the job: Grease (all four manufacturers have specific grease in their catalogs, but a general all-temperature Lithium grease should be fine), grease gun, shop rags.
When it comes to keeping your sled in good working order, greasing the correct points is essential to longevity. We expect our snowmobiles to perform in harsher conditions than almost any vehicle known to man. Unfortunately, keeping moving parts greased in all the right places is an often overlooked “must” on your seasonal maintenance list.

We understand maintenance is not the best part of owning anything, but the good news is this is EASY maintenance, and shouldn’t take more than a couple minutes with a cold beverage on a Saturday afternoon. Spending a minimal amount of time hitting those grease zerks is more than a good tradeoff for worry-free riding and saving on potential repairs down the road.

So grab your grease gun and AmSnow koozie and we’ll show you where your ride needs to be lubed. Once you locate the zerks on your chassis, hit them with three to four pumps from the gun, and your sled will be ready to ride when the snow flies!
Arctic Cat Procross/Yamaha SRV chassis
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