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Tracks Help Everything Get Around When It's Slick

Tracks Help Everything Get Around When It's Slick

New track kits from Soucy give utility vehicles even more capability in the muck.

Needing to get your utility vehicle around in the snow or rain? There's a track for that.

Soucy Track brought the rubber track system found on tractors down to size. It can now fit your UTV. The front tracks are 11.5 inches wide, while the rear is 14 inches. In the wheelbase, a plastic-bound rubber band prevents snow and mud from sticking.

The set of four tracks is available for six different UTV, included the John Deere Gator XUV 855D, 825i, and 625i. A complete set will run $4,700.

Soucy is located in Quebec, Canada. For more information call 877-474-6665 or visit www.soucy-track.com.

Boost your Ute's traction with a set of sure-footed treads from Soucy.

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