|09-04-2009 05:59 PM|
Those things are sweeet. I wonder how they would do on up-hill mud climbs? I also wonder if they make them with a knobbier tread design?
I noticed in the video around 5:16, the hummer was turning while going fast. Looks like something may have broke. You can barely see it with all the dust. But some thing is trailing him, looks like a ring of some sort.
If they weren't so damn expensive they would be more popular, no doubt. I spent around $1500 for my MT MTZ with semi's(steel). $10000 is stiff, damn.
|09-04-2009 10:56 AM|
|HamiltonLJ||The Mattracks start at $10,000 88 Series Model|
|09-04-2009 10:37 AM|
YouTube - Mattracks 4x4
there is a jeep in this video
|09-04-2009 10:35 AM|
Yes i have and they are awsome!, they are super tuff and cost a ton too $$$$$. I used to install a lot of track kits on ATV's (Can-am's) It was tuff for some of the Hondat TRX500's to turn the track but they did it, the can-am 650 and 800's turn the tracks the best and still have a top speed of about 50. You can tackle anything with a track kit, its a mini tanks, and they form and mold around rocks and pot holes. Real Cool.
if seen several vehicles with them and they are just as sweet
|09-04-2009 10:23 AM|
Does this thing work?
I wanna see a video just for fun. anybody ever seen this thing in person?