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Old 04-17-2010, 10:32 AM
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Tracks on a 660

Hey all, I am in the market for some tracks for my 660 but dont know a hole lot about them. Whats the best brand to buy? How hard are they on the bike? Will I break stuff all the time running them? They will only b e used in the snow. Thanks for the replies!
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Old 08-26-2010, 02:02 PM
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Canadian Viking on here had them on his rhino, pm him for info, he had a great vid also in action

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i would love a set of tracks on my rhino
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i had them on my honda 500. they take a lot more power to turn and use more gas. the other thing was in deep wet snow they tended to overheat my bike. they will take you just about anywhere in winter though. mattracks make a pretty good set and I think yamaha has a partnership with one of the manufacturers. the other thing is width, they will add a few inches.
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Old 09-12-2010, 12:36 PM
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mmmmm, tracks......
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I sell quit a few sets and they hold up really well, parts breakage has not been an issue, they do make you use more fuel and it is important to select low gear when climbing or wet snow and run a HD belt, only other issue is when going down hill and weight is transfered to the front the steering is stiffer- easily fixed by giving it a little throttle.

ps anyone who has not liked them has not had them adjusted correctly with a little lift on the front of the front tracks.

You will be amazed at how well you get around...
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but what kind of tracks?

but what kind of tracks?


Quote: Originally Posted by TNT MOTORSPORTS View Post
I sell quit a few sets and they hold up really well, parts breakage has not been an issue, they do make you use more fuel and it is important to select low gear when climbing or wet snow and run a HD belt, only other issue is when going down hill and weight is transfered to the front the steering is stiffer- easily fixed by giving it a little throttle.

ps anyone who has not liked them has not had them adjusted correctly with a little lift on the front of the front tracks.

You will be amazed at how well you get around...
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I got a set of mattracks litefoots you cant beat them in the muskeg. In the winter they are way better than tires but not unstopable. They are for sale now if they dont sell im going to switch the belts to full winter lugs
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Old 11-09-2010, 07:58 AM
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camoplast tracks

I just got a set of these for myself and 2 of my neighbors. Its supposed to snow today!!!!!
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Hi all,

They do make you use more fuel and it is important to select low gear when climbing or wet snow and run a HD belt, only other issue is when going down hill and weight is transfered to the front the steering.

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Tatou, ride great in the snow. Stock 660 is good for around 30 mph. It does work it pretty hard but it's a rhino.
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I have just put on a set of trek 2 hd so far they are awsome, cut my speed almost in half and I burn double the gas but so far I can go anywhere!!
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