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    Default A new 6x6 track system

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VD_rsiP0nI

    Now this looks effective in the snow!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKmud View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VD_rsiP0nI

    Now this looks effective in the snow!
    IF it was good in the mud, then I think it would really shine. The mud is more real world to me, than the snow. The weight to foot print size must be super large to pull that stunt of the jumping off the machine into the snow. Reminds me of the ARGO commercial. Have you found out about prices yet? Wonder if it works on a Grizzle?
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    I would guess if they do that well in the snow, mud shouldn't be any problem. With that much track area, the psi to the ground would be very small.
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    Heard about some guys that are running Fancooled snowmachines with 2' paddle tracks in the swamps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKmud View Post
    I would guess if they do that well in the snow, mud shouldn't be any problem. With that much track area, the psi to the ground would be very small.

    http://www.akmining.com/atv/tatou_atv_track_system.htm

    http://www.camoplast.com/en/tracksys...tems/index.php

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    Check this guy out. www.atvtracks.net I've been told that he is probably "the expert" on the west coast when it comes to tracks. He's got some cool videos too.

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    Vary good link, thank you, it helps.
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