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Anyone know of anything like these that can be purchased in the US?

http://www.safedriving.se/skisaver-eng

Sure Grip dollies have been great but suck with the new SkiDoo recesses spindles.
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I have Carbide Savers. The design and the tires are more beefy compared to the ones in that link
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A friend of mine has these and they work great, but I don't know if they work as good as the ones in the video you posted
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I have those ones as well. They do work good. I've had to replace my wheels on them once. Probably from too high of speed running them. They don't do off road though like the carbide savers.
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A friend of mine has these and they work great, but I don't know if they work as good as the ones in the video you posted
I had a set of those and after rebuilding the wheel attachment a couple times I gave them away. If you were only on hard surfaces I bet they would work OK.

But I'll give another vote for Carbide Savers. I seen these in action the other week and was impressed. Very solid built. I figured I would order my own set of them.

http://www.carbidesavers.com/
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The problem i see with the Ski Saver is the small area that contacts the bottom edge of the ski. ALL of the front end weight of the sled is on the 2 points circled in red in the attached file. It looks like there are "teeth" on the tops of these areas as well, which only complicates the problem. I would think the underside of the ski would get torn up badly during use.

Just a thought . . .
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The problem i see with the Ski Saver is the small area that contacts the bottom edge of the ski. ALL of the front end weight of the sled is on the 2 points circled in red in the attached file. It looks like there are "teeth" on the tops of these areas as well, which only complicates the problem. I would think the underside of the ski would get torn up badly during use.

Just a thought . . .

Thats the only way they can keep them from kicking out. Backing up, or going forward, if you catch any bump or ice chunk they are going to try and move forward or back. That hook on the ski tip is only holding them down, they need those teeth to bite in and hold them from moving front to back.

I agree, they are going to cause so wear and tear to the ski bottom, but my ski bottoms always look like they have 10,000 miles on them after one season. Too many creek crossings, sharp rocks from ridge lines and early/late season riding.
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Thanks for posting this, I have a set coming. I've been trying to find something like this that didn't have an overly high price tag. The four wheeled flat ones that seem to be the most common do not get along with the seams in the driveway.

FYI, they have free shipping for the lower 48 till 22 Sept.

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I had a set of those and after rebuilding the wheel attachment a couple times I gave them away. If you were only on hard surfaces I bet they would work OK.

But I'll give another vote for Carbide Savers. I seen these in action the other week and was impressed. Very solid built. I figured I would order my own set of them.

http://www.carbidesavers.com/
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I added these to my sleds and will be giving them a try this season. Since they stay attached to the sled, they are always available to use in any given situation. They don't add any additional width to your ski stance either maximizing room in your trailer.

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