how do you like your tundra tracks? I would really be interested to know how they perform over mixed terrain. Where we moose hunt has a few very boggy areas along with a few water crossings.
Love them (Disclaimer: I build them so I’m biased), but if you come across someone else who runs them, pick their brain (I always encourage everyone to be honest). Elevated belt style tracks are really the solution in all situations. I call it an on-demand track w/o the typical side effects (power requirements, tire and guide problems), and they just flat out perform. I’ve gone back to the tried and true UHMW big grouser and wider belts. You can add ice cleats or kold kutter spikes if wanted. I use highlifter or quadboss billet spacers. You end up with a track 20-22” wide (using 10-12” wide tires), but don’t fight turning since the belt edges are lifted off the ground. Many versions fine tuned over the years with abusive testing and input from Alaska folks. I had enough interest from the Polaris 6x6 crowd (who had seen my bush-style argo tracks) that I started offering them for ATVs as well. We’ll have some Can Am Outlander and Defender 6x6’s (side x side 6x6) tracked up here shortly. 354-5319 if you want more info, I’m in Wasilla