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Here are a couple of picks testing my new tracks in the Knik river area in Alaska. I installed them yesterday and I think they are going to work quite well.
 

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Looks good. Are you also using an auxiliary heater as well ?
 

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Beautiful pics ^. With all the snow we've had this year…..those tracks would be allot of fun here. Something about tracks that tugs at my wallet. So far I've resisted. :)
 

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Beautiful pics ^. With all the snow we've had this year…..those tracks would be allot of fun here. Something about tracks that tugs at my wallet. So far I've resisted. :)
Resistance is Futile :D

 

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Those are great pics! Have you had any issues with your tracks hitting the frame on the rear? I have a couple of times but only on the left side. The shocks are at the highest level and I rechecked all the adjustments. I was in some pretty rough terrain and I can't see why it happened only on the left rear. I am pretty sure that the right side was at about the same angle and pressure on the return where the left bumped. Any feedback would be appreciated.
 

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Those are great pics! Have you had any issues with your tracks hitting the frame on the rear? I have a couple of times but only on the left side. The shocks are at the highest level and I rechecked all the adjustments. I was in some pretty rough terrain and I can't see why it happened only on the left rear. I am pretty sure that the right side was at about the same angle and pressure on the return where the left bumped. Any feedback would be appreciated.
No I haven't had any trouble with them hitting anything on the machine. My rear shocks are at factory preload. I assume that the tracks are tilting up at the front to hit the frame or are you bottoming out the suspension? Only thing I can think of if they are tilting up is that your angle of attack on the rear may need adjusted more.
 

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Tracks sure are tempting. I might have to get another pioneer. One for summer and one for the other 10 months
 

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This is in Sumpter, OR which is West of Baker, OR about a 2 hour drive from Nyssa. They boast of hundreds of miles of trails both winter and summer and its beautiful country.

Oh and your welcome to take a look at the tracks, I think I know the place your talking about and it's only a short walk from your place to mine if I'm right.
 

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Thanks for the info. The shocks are not bottoming out. I have checked the adjustments several times and talked to the guy at ATVtracks.net I bought them from and he thinks it is just the circumstance at the time it hit and has not been duplicated on the right. He mentioned that some machines may need modifications to prevent that but has no data on the P4 because it is still so new. This weekend the left rear hit the round step bar for the rear door and bent it. I have made own modifications to prevent this already and will have to test as soon as I can. Thanks again for the input.
 

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I'm planning on getting a P4 this spring along with a trailer. I'd like to get a trailer big enough to handle the P4 with tracks.
Can you tell me what the total width and length with the tracks is?

Thank you.
 
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