For half a century, Sno-Stuff has been doing what its name suggests – providing the best stuff for a season in the snow. As a member of the Koronis Parts family of powersport equipment, the Minnesota-based company knows what snowy winters are like, and they know how to help your snowmobile get the most out of one. They’ve come a long way from when they built snowmobile parts by hand in a small shop, but maintain the same enthusiasm, attention to detail and commitment to quality that they have since 1967.
As the sleds have changed, so has Sno-Stuff. As they continue to create innovative products that are always top of the line. Obstacles such as trees are always a risk, but you can change direction on a dime thanks to Sno-Stuff wear rods. We offer several models of X-Caliber carbide rods for control and durability, and some models have carbide pads for even longer life. Gain more control by capping your front skis with a pair of aftermarket Sno-Stuff ski skins made from polyethylene for high impact resistance. Skins are available in a variety of colors to complement your sled.
Enhance performance and get sweet sound by adding a Sno-Stuff Rumble Pack Silencer to your exhaust system. These dyno-tested stainless steel canister mufflers increase horsepower and reduce weight while coming in a variety of great-looking styles to match your tastes. Sno-Stuff snowmobile windshields are another company specialty with numerous shapes, sizes, tints and gradients to choose from, including menacing black low-cut racing windshields. And if you’re a do-it-yourselfer, we have shop tools such as clutch pullers and a snowmobile dolly to make working on your sled quicker and easier.
Whether you ride a Polaris, Arctic Cat or Ski-Doo, your next favorite brands will be Sno Stuff and Dennis Kirk once you check out our unparalleled selection of snowmobile parts and accessories. We’ll beat any competitor’s price on items over $100, and we’ll even ship those items to you for free the day you order them. Contact our Tech Team or use our fitment guides to determine what parts are right for your sled.