Snow season is ending in Northern Michigan and it is time to put Snowmobiles away.
The snow this year was plentiful and the trail system was very good. Most snowmobiles and sled
riders didn't get a beating, so it's time to put your snowmobile away properly. Precision Motor Sports
Gaylord, Grayling, offers repairs and storage service along with indoor rack storage. Storing your
snowmobile inside a cool dry area will help keep the sled from deteriorating. Precision Motor Sports
can change the gear case oil and inspect the chain and gears for wear, refill with fresh oil and adjust
the chain. Most snowmobiles have grease-able pivots with a zerks and should be filled with grease
to push out water and protect the bushing from wear and corrosion. Four stroke engines need
attention too. Engine oil and filter needs to be changed before storing the snowmobile. Condensation
and combustion contaminates are present in the oil and can damage metal internal crankshaft, pistons
valves and other expensive components. Two stroke engines need a special fogger oil sprayed in the
air intake with the engine running to neutralize the combustion acid that will damage the metal
expensive internal engine parts. Just spraying oil in the spark-plug hole is better than not doing
but the anti-acid neutralizer fogger won't get to the critical crankshaft bearing and could cause rust
and premature crank failure. Fuel today is very short lived and attracts moisture from the gas tank
vent system. ...
Well here we go with a great start on winter in Northern Michigan. Snow has blanketed most of the snow belt area's. Snowmobile enthusiast's want to prepare for the up-coming riding season. Precision Motor Sports Gaylord can help. Weather you want the staff at Precision Motor Sports to service your snowmobile or inspect and maintenance it yourself, we can help. Snowmobile drive clutches need plenty of service. We recommend removing the two clutches and disassemble them to check for rust on the sliding shafts also make sure to look at the bushings, sliders, rollers and springs. We recommend installing a clutch alignment tool to check for straight parallelism and offset. Your belt is the main drive to get you back from a long ride, most snowmobiles need a new belt to start the season, the belt you had on last year will be cracking between the webs and if it blows the force from the belt can untrue a crankshaft or go through the belt guard and damage more than the cost of a new OEM belt. Chain-case oil is a very important lube. Old oil can wear on chains and sprockets and cause a chain to break so we at Precision Motor Sports recommend pulling the chain case cover and cleaning out the old oil and inspecting the chain and gears. Don't overlook the chain tension roller and bolt. We recommend changing the oil at the end of the season so moisture won't sit in the case during storage. ...
Gaylord Precision Motor Sports and Marine 2018 summer winterize protection tips
Gaylord Precision Motor Sports and Marine 2018 summer winterizing tips.
Well the boating season is winding down. It is time to put the boat away. Boats are very expensive and need to have a proper winterize for protection against the cold freezing weather and corrosion. The engine is the heart of your boat so taking extra good steps to protect it is best. Oil in the engine gets contaminated with use and picks up moisture from the air. Change the engine oil before putting it to rest for the season. Change the oil filter at every oil change too assures good clean oil for your next year use. Precision Motor Sports and Marine in the Gaylord area can help. Spark plug, points and condenser, cap and rotor can be found at Precision Motor Sports and Marine also. Look at your belts on the front of the engine. Belts rotate water pumps, alternators, power steering pumps too so check the belt condition for cracks and wear. The gasoline today is a big problem, Precision Motor Sports and Marine suggests running the last time with stabilizer and then draining the fuel out of the gas tank after you finish winterizing. The lower unit is the gear housing the drives the propeller and pushes you boat. Heavy loads ...
Well here in Northern Michigan spring was supposed to show up but winter prevails again. Gaylord has been dumped on again with 15 plus inches of snow. It is April and time to think about putting the snowmobiles away and store them safely out of the way for your summer activities. Precision Motorsports Gaylord area can help. Precision Motorsports and Marine can summer prep your sled properly to protect the internal expensive parts such as the crankshaft, bearings,piston and cylinder finish. Also they can drain the entire full system, blow out the fuel lines and drain the carbs, today's fuels have a very short shelf life and will rot and corrode your fuel components. To protect the moving suspension parts most snowmobiles have grease fittings. Greasing these fittings will displace water and protect the moving parts. Precision Motorsports and Marine can take good care of your toys with professional services and storage. They have indoor rack storage so you don't have to trip over your sled in your garage, besides you need room for your boat and ATV's. Give Precision Motorsports and Marine a call to set up a time for dropping off your sleds for the best service and storage. You have a trailer that needs storage, they have outside secure fenced in storage for trailers,boats and small campers too.
With warmer weather right around the corner boating must be on everyone's mind. Precision Motorsports and Marine Gaylord area can help with your boating needs. Marine ...
Gaylord and Grayling have snow on the ground now and snowmobile time has arrived. Precision Motorsports Parts and Service can help you with what you need for your snowmobile. The service at Precision Motorsports and Marine is top notch. Having a machine shop in house makes fast turn arround time for your crankshaft rebuild or cylinder machining job. Gaylord Precision Motorsports has welding services too. When ordering and puchasing parts and accessories at Precision Motorsports Gaylord you will get the right part the first time. Snowmobiles have improved drasticlly from the past models but they still need parts and repairs. Maintenance is still very critical for making sure your snowmobile fun is not interrupted on that perfect trip or trail venture around the woods. When service is needed Precision Motorsports Gaylord can help, just give them a call. If you are the type that want to do your own maintenance here are some tips for you. Most snowmobile engines are factory equiped with electric start so your battery is very important. You should take the battery terminals off and scrape them off till you see a bright brass color then reinstall the terminal and tighten with a socket, lubing the terminals with a lube is a good idea too. Check the acid level and refill with distilled water, not battery acid. Charge as needed to get a good voltage. Yuasa Batteries come standard in most applications and at Precision Motorsports Gaylord we stock the best Yuasa batteries for your machine. ...