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  • Dave Hohman

    September 22, 2016 #1 Author

    Hi Bill,

    We spoke awhile ago regarding wholesaling your books. We are a wholesaler of snowmobile related books and would like to carry your books if possible. If interested, please feel free to contact me at EnthusiastBooks. My email is Tele# 715-3819755.
    Dave Hohman

  • dominique miniot

    October 20, 2016 #2 Author

    good afternoon i subscribe on the 17 off september this year but i deadn t receive the october issue just the november one ? thank you

  • Robbie Meulemans

    October 23, 2016 #3 Author

    I was inquiring about seeing if any editors at your magazine would want to do a new arcticle on my US International Patent Bigstudz? Also I wanted to see about advertising through Snow Tech.

  • mike d

    March 13, 2017 #4 Author

    howcan i ask a question to ralphy on the net ? thanks

  • Snowtech

    March 13, 2017 #5 Author

    Hi Mike – Email us the question to Just put “Dear Ralph” as the subject. Thanks!

  • Dave Rotroff

    March 19, 2017 #6 Author

    As a occasional rider and living in SW Ohio I travel to the Benzie Manistee area of Michigan to ride. Being a non-owner of a sled I travel about 8 hours to ride. I do enjoy your magazine even though I don’t know a helix from a rail extension. That said, I found the article on the Editor’s Page in the spring issue to be very interesting. I think that a lot of the careless riders that are referenced in the article see only vast expanses of untouched snow not realizing that under the cover of that snow may lie any number of crops. Many crops such as beets, lettuce and winter wheat to name a few, are planted in late summer and fall. I’m not a farmer but logic tells me that tons of sleds and riders crossing over those crops certainly has to be detrimental to those crops. Maybe if this fact was known to the careless riders that the article was aimed at there would be less trespassing. Thanks. Dave Rotroff.

  • Mark

    March 23, 2018 #7 Author

    I purchased a subscription through I tunes and went into my snow tech app. I see older magazines 2017 but none from 2018 . Am I doing something wrong , to where the app doesn’t recognize that I have a subscription.

  • David King

    March 28, 2018 #8 Author

    I see The spring issue of Snowtech on store shelves. I have not received my subscription yet.. Is there an issue that I am not aware of. Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks David King

  • Guy Lambert

    April 7, 2018 #9 Author

    Haven’t receive my Spring magazine yet. Hope to get it soon.

  • sergemaisonneuve

    September 9, 2018 #10 Author

    9 sept. 2018 Haven’t receve my magazine yet.
    Have suscribe for 3 years and paid on julyOrder # 7216.

  • Phillip Roth

    November 13, 2018 #11 Author

    Any idea when vol2 of Sno Pro will get reprinted

  • Dan Holombo

    December 26, 2018 #12 Author

    Wow! 600 Switchback SP 144 latest issue. What the hell? Old article, uncorrected mistakes. Its not even a SP. Its an RMK with no skid shocks. What a friken joke. This is the third SP article and nearly a word for word copy all three times. Tell me again why I should renew my subscription.

  • Joe Bartlett

    January 10, 2019 #13 Author

    Hi guys. Thanks for the great magazine.
    I do have one comment regarding specific options on snowmobiles that I will never go without. I have noticed several machines for 2019 are not including ports for heated shields. I personally will not purchase a sled without one installed from the factory. But above all, being in my late fifties, I appreciate the heated seat that comes with some four stroke sleds. When I purchased my sled originally I thought to myself that I doubt I would ever use it…. Man was I wrong. After 6 days of riding in Quebec last season when the temps didn’t get above zero, (with some mornings hovering around the -32 F/C mark), the heated seat is also an option I will not go without.
    Keep up the good work and do some articles on snow-dances, maybe it will get the snow-generator wound up.

  • Robert

    January 21, 2019 #14 Author

    Do you have a online version of this magazine as well?

  • Kevin Herzog

    March 15, 2019 #15 Author

    Do you consider photos for your magazine?

  • Stuart Rice

    March 31, 2019 #16 Author

    Have you guys ever noticed how much schedule and Polaris stuff you have versus arctic cat and Yamaha Every issues the same I’m tired of hearing it a great schedule is when it 3000 miles of things are grenades it doesn’t matter what size they all are crank seals girl but yet they’re great value Polaris tell me they haven’t had their share of problems with their motors I’m o every issues the same I’m tired of hearing it a great schedule is when it 3000 miles of things are grenades it doesn’t matter what size they all are crank seals girl but yet they’re great value Polaris tell me they haven’t had their share of problems with their motors I know you go where the money is and it shows

  • Darrel Palmer

    November 20, 2019 #17 Author

    Hi guys! I have been a long term subscriber and wait for each issue to come out. Thanks for all the great info!! I’m wondering if as a subscriber there is a way to somehow search your archives to find out your latest ski recommendations- I know I have seen some in the past. I have a 2015 Arctic Cat ZR8000 and did a full engine rebuild, skid rebuild, clutches and new reeds at the end of last season. My parter who is also a subscriber and a Cat guy and I were discussing changing out our skis as part of the prep for this season as well and we’re wondering what your current recommendations are, We are primarily trail riders and rode about 3500 miles last year – mostly in northern MN. What a great season!! I would consider us fairly aggressive riders. We would appreciate your thoughts and recommendations, Thanks!

  • Ray T

    December 4, 2019 #18 Author

    Hi. I was wondering if I could buy your 2019 November issue ??? Want it for a present for my bride ??? Thanks. Ray T

  • Kevin aldred

    December 7, 2019 #19 Author

    Trails not open when you have volunteers and you turn there help down they are not going to offer a gain I have offer maple leaf snowskimmers help lots of time and they say no

  • Randy Znamirowski

    February 13, 2020 #20 Author

    Why aren’t you updating the website? This used to be the best snomo site and magazine ever.

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