We’ve got to thank Brian Frieburg for sending us the images of this incredible snowmobile wrecker that was built from scratch up in Canada. We only really know the fact that this machine exists in Northern Ontario. After that? Well after that we’re just reveling in the fabrication, the layout, the functionality, and how much money this rig could potentially make. Built as a smaller version of a typical rotator wrecker, this thing can pluck a sled out of the snow, plop it down on the back of an accompanying rescue sled and trailer, and haul it right back to civilization to be fixed.
Between the cab, the cargo style bed, and the crane, you are looking at some serious fabrication and building skills. It doesn’t look weird, it looks perfect and like it should be mass produced for areas where snowmobile life is either big for recreation or necessity.
If you do not live in a cold weather area, it may shock you to know that there are thousands and thousands of people every weekend who travel into the wilderness to go trail riding or even trail braking on their snow machines. It’s a whole culture like those with dirt bikes and ATVs. This thing could really be a life saver in the event someone gets into big mechanical and cannot recover their sled on their own.
We want to drive this so bad!