Here at GetSno LLC, we pride ourselfs on providing the best quality service we can. We offer mechanical maintenance which includes going through the tracks, sprockets, wheels, drive shafts, u-joints, transfer cases, differentials, changing all the fluids & filters and much more. We also offer body work and paint service on your Tucker Sno-Cat to help keep it looking its best and to extend its life.
On a new Tucker Sno-Cat, we highly recommend bringing your machine back in after 1600 hours for a full service. Over time we have noticed that failures in the differentials, transfer case, and a few other major components are more likely to occur beyond the 1800 hour range.
After the initial service, and on any used Tucker Sno-Cat, we recommend a yearly service to help prevent costly failures from normal wear and tear. We offer a variety of service package options at a variety of prices. Here is an example of a U-joint we found on a typical yearly service. The snowmobile club in question had no idea that a failure was waiting to happen.
For any additional information, questions or to receive a quotation, feel free to give us a call, send us a fax or write us an email.