We’re proud to stock, service & provide parts for the Yamaha Snowmobile lineup which we believe is second to none in the Snowmobile world – period. Like the slogan says, they’ll “Rev Your Heart”.
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Why buy a Yamaha Snowmobile from Uxbridge Mower?
It makes the most sense to buy from Uxbridge Mower for lots of reasons. Here’s a few:
- We have more knowledge.
- We give better advice.
- We have better selection (we’ll be able to select the exact right product for your needs).
- We have a skilled Snowmobile Service Department (that’s a big one!).
- We have a well-stocked Snowmobile Parts Department.
- We can offer you a personalized RELATIONSHIP.
- Most importantly, we’ll take the time to get to know you and your equipment.
- We’ll get the job done right, on time, every time.
Yamaha Snowmobile Lineup
Trail riders demand a sled that is confident and predictable in the corners. The SRV front suspension on R-TX, L-TX, X-TX and S-TX sleds is set at 42 inches from the factory. The trail setup can be extended to 43 inches for an even wider stance.
Riders who like to spend time on and off trail will appreciate the 40-inch stock stance on the SRVM front suspension found on the B-TX family. The crossover setup is adjustable from 38.5 inches to 42.5 inches and has a sway bar for good trail manners
Dedicated mountain riders demand a narrow ski stance for easy sidehilling and technical agility. The SRV-M ski stance on the M-TX family is set at 36-inchs from the factory, but riders can adjust from 34.5 inches to 38.5 inches.
Yamaha Ski Styles
The Yamaha-exclusive Tuner ski offers an extremely wide range of setup options. The ski was developed to reduce darting on the trail, without sacrificing cornering precision. With two independent carbide runners per ski, you can fine tune the steering effort and handling aggressiveness to your liking. All SRViper and Sidewinder trail sleds come standard with the third generation Tuner, while Apex and RSVector models use Gen II Tuner.
The Yamaha Mountain ski delivers everything you want in a deep snow ski. Its wide footprint enhances flotation and actively lifts the sled’s nose up on plane in deep powder. Traction lugs on the top of the ski give you a sure foothold when the situation gets really gnarly. The wide and deep keel design deliver light steering effort yet confident and predictable handling on hard pack and in fresh fluff.