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Porting a track?


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2 Reasons for porting a track are to lighten the rotating mass and faster 'dumping' of the snow from the under carriage.

I see it in the Mtns on a few machines but not many.

You don't see it here in the 'flat land' mostly because it shortens the life of the track, I hear they can't take high speeds for long periods of time.

What are you up to LEECH?????? coolwhistlegrin


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Bored tired waiting for some good snow and or ice and no good projects it sounds like I can do until then! wink

I think I did see a pic of one track that came apart and it looked like it delamed right at one of the holes? frown

So maybe I will skip that project! wink

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Thanks slurpie, I had the "what for's down" was just wondering if anyone had done it and how it worked out for them? Like Mn Mike said, doesn't sound like a lot of folks in MN have done this or had a need too? wink

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