Wildtrak on tracks.

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Good way to keep demo miles low
 

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Boy, people were fretting about the tie rods before...

I could sure put that to use though...:cool:
 

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Still rocking the wildtrak rims....










JK, made you guys go back and look though :)
 

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I wouldn't do that, but can anyone tell me what the top speed would be using tracks?
 

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I would have loved this

...when I was 8.
 

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They are super for deep snow or mud, on the street not so much...
 

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I wouldn't do that, but can anyone tell me what the top speed would be using tracks?
Most track mfg’s suggest 35-40mph top speed. Typically you wouldn’t want to use these on the street. Most people I off-road with outfit their rigs with tracks and trailer them to the trailheads in the winter, basically a snowmobile/UTV equivalent for the whole family and a heater!
 
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I wouldn't do that, but can anyone tell me what the top speed would be using tracks?
S-L-O-W

Takes a lot of sprocket revs to make a track rev. Takes a lot of power too. My BIL used to work for the guy that invented Mattracks.

Below is one of my dad's toys.
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