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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-14-2010, 04:59 PM Thread Starter
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check these tracks out and give me your thought please dealer has a smokin deal but i was told by people to only go with camoplast
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check these tracks out and give me your thought please dealer has a smokin deal but i was told by people to only go with camoplast


for years Camoplst held the patents on the vulcanizing for their thracks and they were the first any only ones to make them for all rubberized track apilcations , wether it was for military , construction , agriculture or atv . a few years ago that expired and many companies are now making rubber tracks for all applications . so look at them as tires for your car.... if you cant pronounce the name or is says PEPBOYS on the side dont buy them !
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they look ok from what you can gather from a pict.kimpex has had track kits for wheelers and sxs for a while that held up fairly well.these just look new and improved. i know a guy that had em on his rhino for hunting and was pleased.he said you had to remove em ifyou went up in the mountains and/or where theres big rocks cuz he said it felt like you were gunna destroy the thing.
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we seen some folks pulling a canam 800 quad with tracks out from swamp/muskeg.it started going under the marsh but wouldn`t come back out.from what i seen,if you get stuck bad enuf with tracks on,they pull your rig out in pieces!!!!
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we seen some folks pulling a canam 800 quad with tracks out from swamp/muskeg.it started going under the marsh but wouldn`t come back out.from what i seen,if you get stuck bad enuf with tracks on,they pull your rig out in pieces!!!!
Ya you have to use some grey matter when you have tracks on if you get stuck you will have a hard time getting it out. The biggest problem will be finding enough rope, chain and cable because nothing else will even get close to you. When we got stuck with sleds in bad country we used to wrap a rope around the track and tie to a tree. you could run the throttle and wind the rope on the track to crawl out. Pretty hairy but it did work. The track setup looks a lot like my camoplast ones
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