MATTRACKS FOR A TRUCK!

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redleg
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MATTRACKS FOR A TRUCK!

just curious if anyone has mattracks for there pickup and how much they cost for all 4. any info would be greatly appreciated!

thanks chris

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On the way up to Lake of the Woods we drove by the manufacturer and I really wish I could afford a set for the 4 wheeler!  Pretty neat for sure!  Sorry, don't know the prices just droppin' a dreamin' post!

Tim Sandstrom


 

 

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JOHNSIEG
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tHERE IS A GUY WHO WAS A SET OF TRACKS ON HIS TIMBER WOLF FOURWHEELER UP HERE. tHE THING LOOKS SICK.. lET ME KNOW HWO TO GET AHOLD OF THEM TO SEE IF i CAN GET SOME FOR MY TRUCK.

Time wasted is time lost, lets do some huntin!!

dirty
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John,

Your caps lock is on, bro.

JOHNSIEG
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Dam, i think I will stick with my super swampers. I sure do like the looks of that fourwheelr in town with the tracks though. just wonder how well they work. if it slows the machine down, and turning. Not to mention replacing the tracks after you wear them out.

Time wasted is time lost, lets do some huntin!!

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I checked into trax. It is like 2500.00 for an atv and like 12000 to 13000 for a pickup. They said it was better to get trax for full size trucks are anything that has an 8 bolt pattern. I can't remember why.

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I believe with a 4 wheeler they'll basically go on any make and model.  My only question is how much strain does the tracks put on the drive chain (yeah I'm calling it drive train) of the 4 wheeler.  Also, I believe EACH track weights about 100 lbs.  That would probably require some more ponies via cc's to get what I guy wants out of his 4 wheeler.  All I know is I'd like to try some out.  I'm guessing you'd be basically unstoppable on the ice with a 4 wheeler.

Tim Sandstrom

p.s.  I'm guessing the Sports Show coming up in Feburary will answer all our questions!


 

 

Kirsch's Outdoor Products | Fargo, ND | 701-261-9017 Garmin GPS Hunting Maps
Liebel's Guide Service | Williston, ND | 701-770-6746 liebelsguideservice.com
Jig-em-Up Guide Service | Grand Forks, ND | 701-739-9198 jig-em-up-guide-service.com

 

 
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A little of subject but when is that sports show? Thanks


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Looks like it is the 10-12 of Feb. Or so the net says.


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I have tracks on my Polaris Sportsman. They are not Mattracks but man do they go through stuff. Works good for getting around Sakakawea when the white stuff actually does fall. I got mine from a tire place in Dickinson.

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Have a friend that has them on his polais 6 wheeler 700,his rig is used for hunting ducks on the cranberry bogs here in MN,he claims its the only way to travel accross the bogs,down side is he burns the drive belts up pretty regular but the rig is unstopable.

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A buddy of mine has a set he used on a suburban for a while, and they are unreal!! Drive down into a diversion ditch full of water snow and mud, stop in the bottom, hammer the gas and climb out the other side. Take off across a plowed field of red river valley gumbo that's wet and melting and never get stuck.

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I'll have a news release about the show soon.

Tim S.


 

 

Kirsch's Outdoor Products | Fargo, ND | 701-261-9017 Garmin GPS Hunting Maps
Liebel's Guide Service | Williston, ND | 701-770-6746 liebelsguideservice.com
Jig-em-Up Guide Service | Grand Forks, ND | 701-739-9198 jig-em-up-guide-service.com

 

 
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I'm friends with the brother of the owner and last I heard he said a set for a pickup is about $15,000.00, about $4,500.00 for a 4 wheeler. They aren't real concerned with the consumer market, most of their business is governments and large companies. They are sold world wide and do a very brisk business, they have sold many sets over in the mid-east for in the sand.

Everyone is right, they are absolutely unstoppable. I think the only thing that would stop them is getting in water so deep the tracks can't touch the bottom or the motor gets wet. They are unbelievable!!! They will go right through a swamp and push water and cat tails with the grill, and not even slip!

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If you want the phone number I can post it or send it to you. The owners name is Glen Brazier, he lives in Greenbush. His is the house right on Highway #11 as you get into town, the one with the indoor swimming pool. Go figure!

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Yep, they would be great if you could afford the second rig to put them on. Not cheap, and not made for highway use.

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