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Drive-On Track N Go System is on Our Winter Wheeling Wish List - Video

Posted in News on April 21, 2016
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There is few things we love more than heading out to snow covered trails for some brisk wheeling, we even take stock 4x4s to the white fluff during our Four Wheeler Of The Year testing, and when something comes along that could add to that fun, our excitement is palpable. Just when we thought snow wheeling couldn’t get any more fun, the wheel driven track system we stumbled across from Track N Go, looks like we were wrong.

The Track N Go system is a bolt on set of tracks that install in 15 minutes to nearly any 4x4 vehicle and increase snow traction with a set of all terrain track surface with an extra wide footprint, giving you the extra boost you need to reach those deep snow covered trails. With and additional eight inches of ground clearance there shouldn’t be much to get in your way and thanks to a recommended top speed of 40 mph, you can blast through snow drifts with ease.

With a strong yet lightweight aluminum chassis, each track weighs 375 lbs., the tracks can support rigs up to 12, 500 lbs. A 1.1 gear reduction in LO mode gives you extra traction for sloppy loose snow and a Hi-mode allows you to drive on hard surfaces including the road.

We might have to invest in a set of these awesome looking tracks so the next snow day we get; we can spend blasting through the powder. Check out these quick-install tracks in action below. For more information on these tracks visit

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