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Wondering if anyone has any experience with the rubber "tracks" which replace the wheels on ATV's. I'm looking for primarily mud and some snow use, but mud I will and do see has stumps and many obstacles of that nature. Wondering if these would 1) be much more effective in soft/deep mud than aggresive tires and 2) hold up to the abuse they will see each deer season.
If you have any info I would certainly appreciate.
 

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you need to get a hold of Starky,,,,he's the only one ive seen that uses them
 

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I have em and I love them. I bought the ADBs from Traxion. If you do a web search I'm sure you will find them. I plan on riding in deep snow so i bought all 4 but for the most part you can probably get away with just the rear set and buy the fronts later. I paid $2,800 for them last April and they were going up to $3,200 in May. It's a lot of money, but for me it was the price of a used snowmobile and now I can use my Grizzly all year long.
I've only used them on the back so far and there wasn't any mud to get into, but i rode around in a cat tail swamp and never got wet. They have very good flotation.

PM me and I'll tell you more so I don't bore everybody here.
 

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Double post, sorry.
 
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