We have found that many riders do not adjust their tracks properly when installing the M series models. The 2 ply deep snow tracks with high lugs should not be run loose. Adjust to the factory specs and even a tad bit more will not hurt. This will keep the track from oscillating at certain speeds, make better contact with the drive sprockets, and improve overall efficiency and performance.
High Speed: M tracks have heavy, deep lugs that create a lot of momentum and force when spinning at higher speeds. Running down hard pack or icy trails at high speeds can cause lugs to separate from the belt. To insure the best life of your deep snow track it is recommended to keep speeds down in these conditions to a maximum 70 mph on 2.62" lug models and 60 mph on 3.00" lug models.
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 Composit tracks. It is always the best policy to support your local dealer for all your snowmobile needs.
Many dealers attend snow shows throughout the season so watch for them at your local snowmobile events.
We plan to be at select Snow Shows across the snow belt in 2020 but this year we are not sure what shows will happen. These shows are on our schedule but don't expect all of them to survive state rules in this ever-changing rules on Covid-19.
September: Big East Powersports Show in Syracuse, NY.
October: Rocky Mountain Snowmobile Expo in Denver, CO.
November: Snowmobile USA Snow Show in Novi, MI.