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Black Ice Snowmobile Shop Dolly

Black Ice Snowmobile Shop Dolly

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Gone are the days of throwing your back out to push your sled around! Easily tip and pull it around your garage, shop or storage facility using this snowmobile shop dolly. Position, hoist and maneuver it into or out of storage, or get it ready to load up and transport to the trails.


Large 15-Inch Rubber Wheels Create Fulcrum to Move Lifted Sled

Suitable for most surfaces, including outdoors, the large rubber tires make it easier to reposition snowmobiles in your garage, storage shed or other location.

Rubber Lifting Pads for Scratch-Free Body Support

The large rubber lifting pads attach to the dolly frame with washers and pins – no screws that loosen over time. Unlike bare, painted or powder-coated lift points, they won’t scratch or grind into the snowmobile body.

Cam Strap Secures and Lifts Rear Bar to Assist in Moving Snowmobile

To completely lift the snowmobile, the rear bar connects to the handle with the included cam strap. It raises the back end of the sled from the ground for easier movement and repositioning.

Why you'll love it!
700 lbs.
61.5 lbs.
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Two 15" pneumatic tires ensure easy maneuverability, while rubber pads grip the frame. The long 35" tube handle gives you plenty of leverage to get under your sled and push down to hoist it. Hook the included strap buckles to the handle and loop them around the rear bumper rail of the sled for maximum stability.

Powder-coated steel construction is strong and reliable. Adjustable, pivoting axle rods accommodate older model sleds from 26-3/8" to 39-1/2". This snowmobile dolly has a 700-lb capacity and only works on models with shorter chassis. Assembly is required.

We stand by our Products! All Black Widow purchases are backed by a 1 year warranty and are guaranteed to be free of defects at time of purchase.

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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, including Cadmium and Lead, known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to