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    I'm interested in these tracks, trutrax.com , for my 6x6. Does anyone have any experience with these tracks, pros or cons I would love to hear it.
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    What year and model 6X6 (Sportsman or Ranger). I thought I had found every track company out there and never came across these. Couldn't tell from the website if they are still in business but seems like a similar concept to other track manufacturers. If you're really interested I'd email the company and ask them questions.

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    1S1K, thanks for the helpful suggestions. YES, TruTrax is still in operation. YES, I did email them with some question. What I was hopeing for is some USEFUL input from someone that has used these tracks. I hate to put down the money for tracks without some first hand information from someone other than a salesman.
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    Quote Originally Posted by akhilux View Post
    1S1K, thanks for the helpful suggestions. YES, TruTrax is still in operation. YES, I did email them with some question. What I was hopeing for is some USEFUL input from someone that has used these tracks. I hate to put down the money for tracks without some first hand information from someone other than a salesman.
    Agreed. I want some first had knowledge too.

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    They look like the same thing that the argo uses and they work great. I woul dhow ever stay away from climbing over downed logs or trees they are plastic so they slip unless you get a cleat set for them for some traction. wouldn't use the cleats in swamp though pic up too much grass
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    Hi 1S1K, have you had a look at the www.righttracksysteminc.com yet. Not much on their site for ATV/UTV's, but I know they can make up a set for the 6X6 Sportsman and/or Ranger. but will need Skis or Wheels on the front.

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    I have seen this company. My problem is I can't justify the expense.

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    Thats what I thought, but now my 2007 Polaris Ranger 6X6 is tracked on the rear with the 18" Tracks Company, metal, and on the front is a set of the AD Boivin TraXion Plus tracks, I had already purchased a set of skis for the front, when I located a almost new, dicontinued set of the AD Boivin's out of Winnipeg, MB, Canada.

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    For inquiring minds, I did find a little bit of user info about these tracks on one of the Argo forums, mostly good reviews, but nothing about these on a 6x6 ranger even though the manufacture sells them for it. I have looked at the metal tracks but am leaning towards the trutrax.
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