With tracks from the top brands like Camoplast and Kimpex in stock, you can be sure that you are getting the best traction and durability. Whether you're looking for a short or long track, normal lugs or paddles, we have what you are looking for.
Some excel in certain terrains while they may not be the best option in others. There are four main terrains that tracks are made for. They are trail/hardpack, cross country, mountain and ice. The trail and ice options have shorter lugs, while the cross country and mountain options have longer lugs and paddles to float through the powder.
Quick Tips: What to Look For
Pitch of the track. Be sure that the pitch of the windows match up with the driver cogs on your snowmobile. A different pitch will not work on your sled and you will either need to look for another option or swap out your drivers. A couple common pitches for tracks are 2.52 and 2.86.
Lug Clearance. If you are choosing a snowmobile track with longer lugs, make sure that you have enough clearance for them in the tunnel. Longer lugs may rub the bulkhead, tunnel and heat exchangers if there isn't enough clearance.
Finding the perfect track for your snowmobile can be tricky. For more information, check out our Ultimate Snowmobile Traction Guide or feel free to contact our tech team. We also have specific fitments on all our snowmobile tracks. We'll get you exactly what you need and ship it to you faster than anyone so you can get back to riding.