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Cool, how fast w/ the tracks??
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The Ranger Crew is speed limited to 50 mph, the sensor is in the transmission. The tracks sprockets gear down approximately 35% so I can get between 30-35 mph before the speed limiter kicks in. Deep snow I'm running low gear 5 - 15 mph average. Hard pack and on the lake I cruise 20 - 25 mph without pushing it too hard. Not super fast but I'm nice n warm inside. It's a great ice fishing transport rig.
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I'm looking for a set of used tracks for my Wolverine SxS for next year. Really want to try them out!
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The Ranger Crew is speed limited to 50 mph, the sensor is in the transmission. The tracks sprockets gear down approximately 35% so I can get between 30-35 mph before the speed limiter kicks in. Deep snow I'm running low gear 5 - 15 mph average. Hard pack and on the lake I cruise 20 - 25 mph without pushing it too hard. Not super fast but I'm nice n warm inside. It's a great ice fishing transport rig.
I saw 67 in the Mannder!! I know they have tracks 4 it but no clue what it gets knocked down 2????
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I saw 67 in the Mannder!! I know they have tracks 4 it but no clue what it gets knocked down 2????
Really? 67mph in the dirt. Oh, wait I'll call the BS card cause there is no Starbucks in the woods.
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Really? 67mph in the dirt. Oh, wait I'll call the BS card cause there is no Starbucks in the woods.
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I'm looking for a set of used tracks for my Wolverine SxS for next year. Really want to try them out!
Try to find Camoplast Tatou or the new version Camso 4S1 which is what I have. Even if they are not specific to your SXS you can get a transfer kit which includes the correct sprockets and hardware kit for $500.
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I saw 67 in the Mannder!! I know they have tracks 4 it but no clue what it gets knocked down 2????
I've seen the Razor 1000 hit 45 right on the limiter with tracks. That's probably about the fastest a stock SXS will do with tracks.
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