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best atv track system?

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Really needing advice on track system for yamaha rhino. not wanting to kill the bank just break it alittle. more interested in a bullet proof system than leading edge technology. will be used exclusively for winter. Ice fishing and plowing my 300' driveway. No trail riding or swamps,mud, or any of that jazz. Shoot me some info. thanks

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There was a lot of talk about them in the ATV forum here and the same poster made an update

Check out those two links for sure and you'll probably get some good info in the ATV area.

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Polaris makes a track system for their wheelers...dont know if it is interchangeable (or if they make conversion kits for other brands to fit).

also company called Matt tracks in northern minn that sells them but they are alot more expensive. however you can use these tracks year round and look to be more durable imo.

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