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Raider snowmobiles, the brainchild of Robert Bracey are instantly recognizable. The rear engine, twin tracked sleds with a cockpit were introduced to offer a different kind of riding experience on a snowmobile. Bracey felt that regular snowmobiles were too tippy and required too much effort to ride. Bracey had experience building race cars and transferred that knowledge to building his Raider snowmobiles. From 1971 to 1975, Raider snowmobiles provided a truly unique option for riders who wanted to be on the snow but didn’t want the traditional format. Raiders featured both CCW, Hirth and Kohler engines for power, depending on the model and year. The Hawk, Eagle and Double Eagle have all become legendary sleds and always draw a crowd at vintage shows and rides. In the end, due in part to a poor snow season and Bracey leaving the company, Raider did not survive the 70’s, like many of the manufacturers of the time. In all, it is estimated that there were about 20,000 Raider snowmobiles produced.

Owning a Raider snowmobile makes you a part of fairly exclusive club. Twin track snowmobiles were in the minority at the time, as they never caught on with the masses. Of course, you want to keep your Raider in the best condition that it can be in. To do that, you need to have access to the best parts. At Dennis Kirk, you will find the best selection of aftermarket vintage snowmobile parts for your Raider. We keep them in stock and ready to ship to you the same day that you order so you can get back out on the snow as soon as possible. And when your order is over $89, we will ship it to you absolutely free. Also, feel free to contact our knowledgeable Tech Team if you have any questions on which Raider parts are best for you and your machine.