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ski covers to protect floor when not using dollies

hey all,

has anyone had experience with the sno-stuff ski boots or something similiar? the sno-stuff ad says exactly what i want.."easy to put on and take off."

yes, i do have the dollies for the garage floor at home, but in the winter my sled is at our house at a ski resort in the mountains and i use a big shed to store it. i thought the ski boots would help protect the floor and concrete in front of the shed. it's a big concrete ramp that goes to the shed door, so the dollies don't work too well. i do use a thick truck bed mat on the floor of the shed that the snowmobile sits on, and that has been working well, but the concrete shows some scratches.

since i just started snowmobiling last winter, i don't have a sled trailer...yet. luckily, i don't have to trailer it since we have plenty of riding near the ski resort. i have used my brand new aluminum quad trailer to haul it, but the last thing i want on my quad trailer are gouges from the sled. i thought the boots would help that too. i also use a thick truck mat on top of the trailer and that has saved the aluminum finish. thought the boots would be an extra protectant. any ideas??

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Yeah they do work. I am not familiar with that exact brand though. I bought mine from HPE (High Performance Engineering). They are held on with a strap and save the floor and the carbide. Make sure they are wide enough to fit over the ski's that you have, thats the only heads up I have for you. Peace,beeler
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