Equinox Snowcoach

Dec 16, 2014

Category: Rides

As you embark on your thus-far-fruitless-but-nevertheless-yearly quest to find the elusive Yeti, maybe it’s time you think about bringing some help along; spotters, if you will. And if you’re gonna use a snowmobile for your travels, the Equinox Snowcoach might be the best way to get that done.

This is a little pod that attaches to your snowmobile with a limited rotational hitch, allowing up to two passengers to come along for the ride. It’s built from sturdy polyethylene and features a high performance gas shock suspension, seat belts, body reflectors, and brake/running lights. You can choose from five available colors, and when spring comes, maybe you can look into the available ATV conversion kit and resume your search for the equally elusive Bigfoot. [Purchase]

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