OK I've looked online and I've even talked to people I know who claim to be big time snow machine riders.
What does track length really mean?
I know from personal experience that a short track 121" gets stuck a lot more especially with a heavy sled
I know 136" USED to be a long track and gets stuck less (although I've managed it fairly easily)
I now read/hear about 144". 153" and even 162" tracks.......
what does that extra 8" between a 136" and 144" really get you?
Looks to me like only a fraction of the entire track is on the snow so if the track is say 136" vs !44" in total length that would only result in a relative few square inches more of track on the snow????
I'f I'm MAINLY going to trail ride and play in the powder once in a while and want a 2 up machine, is a 136" ok or is it way way outdated now???
OK I guess the title should really be stupid questionS!!!!