FAQ

Making tracks is a very difficult process which takes experience and knowledge to produce a track for today's high powered sleds. Since 1992 our R&D department has been testing new ideas and technology to improve our tracks. We source items worldwide as we continue to use the best components available to produce tracks that will meet our demanding standards.
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Using the experience and advice of top riders throughout the world in real riding conditions has proven to give us the best product available. Our cross over tracks (C35, C38, and C45) were tested in rough off-trail conditions for durability and loose snow traction. Trail tracks (T28, T32, and T32S) have been tested in the most extreme weather conditions throughout the world for several years and on icy, hard pack trails. The mountain tracks (M66 and M67) have been tested and ridden in various mountain conditions in Europe and the USA. Feel confident in purchasing a track that you can count on to Take You There and Get You Home!
Category: Track
We will be slightly heavier but we use 2 ply tracks for the benefits of better durability and performance without the reliability issues of a 1 ply track. You cannot eliminate a component of the track and keep the same reliability, we strive to give the best track for the price.
Category: Track
We sell tracks through our online shop with pictures and a full description. Our dealers have full information and you can find a dealer near you with the dealer locator on our website. If your local dealer is not listed on the locator, tell them to contact us and we will set them up to carry the Composit tracks. Many dealers attend snow shows throughout the season so watch for them at your local snowmobile events.          
Category: Track
Refer to your snowmobile dealer, manual, or HLSM.com online for your particular model. All Composit tracks are 15" wide, and you simply need to choose the lug height and the correct length that your sled calls for.
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Track construction consists of fabric all through the entire internal surface of the track. While riding, the track is exposed to the friction of ice, hard snow, tunnel of the sled and other surfaces. A slight bit of fabric showing on the edges and inside in the track windows is normal and has no effect on durability. These threads can be trimmed off easily with a utility knife or with the careful use of a small propane torch for a clean appearance.
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