Got a new sled recently and as all backcountry skiers I had to make some tough decisions about how to haul my gear on the machine. We all know bungee chords and backpacks are not very fun. After years of Sled-Shredding and using different DIY racks that I fabricated over the years, I decided to come up with a new option. If your like me I prefer to save a buck and come up with DIY options since the price of current racks seems extremely high for what they are. There is also not a lot of great ideas online. Additionally I like to have options for carrying one, or two boards if I need to carry a buddies board, and at the same time I have had to carry skis and a splitboard in splitboard mode. After my last few racks I wanted to totally eliminate use of bungee straps, and minimalize the rack on the back. In addition I really like to limit the amount of modifications to my sled. So after a lot of research and beers and brainstorming I came up with this idea. For a price of $29.99 at my favorite store (Harbor Freight) I was able to get two "60 inch clamps. By bucking them down to size with my saw and re-capping them. I was able to mount the front one with no drilling in two existing holes in the tunnel, and with two very small holes I got the rear one mounted. If I want to take it off the holes can be replaced with rivets. I set it up so it is capable of adjusting up to 3 inches in width so you can easily carry one or two snowboards, a set of skis, or a splitboard in split mode. All you have to do is tighten the clamps and it is solid. With the pads on the clamps it seems to be easy on the top sheet. Its not the most beautiful thing but its small, low profile and quickly adjust for any need. Just figured I would post for an easy option for a rack if you don't want to buy the expensive ones. We will she how she works soon!