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I'm thinking of getting tracks for winter use (ice fishing) I will be puting them on my sporty or maybe get a side by side. anyone have them. Pro's and con's Thanks

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I have a set I use on my 800 Sportsman. I like them a lot, but don't think your going to move real fast, they are geared slower than your tires. Check out different ones, some have BIGGER Sprockets for a faster speed. I have heard people having trouble burning or blowing belts on Side by Sides with Tracks.

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thanks guys

I was lookig at the mattracks (litefoot) I know you lose speed but with tires in deep snow you can't get going to fast anyway.and the garage is always warm!

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Mattracks are not the best in the snow, they are more of an all terrain track. If I was to ever get another set of tracks I would look into the Tatou 4s tracks. From what I've seen the Tatou tracks will run circles around the Mattracks. I have a set of Polaris prospector pro-s on my ranger. Lots of track info over at trackshare.

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For all the information about tracks search atv tracks. They have all the brands out there along with facts, videos, specs, etc and respond very quickly via email if you have any questions on anything requarding tracks. Great group of guys, they will help you out in getting the right set of tracks for you.

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