Rubber T.O.Ts

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753g

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Has anyone used rubber tracks that go over your tires in the snow yet? Just currious as to how well they work.
 

sterlclan

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what I have found out through customers is they don't last as long as expected.
Italked to a guy running a rubber tracked machine he said the traction was awuful ok once it was moving but getting it going was tough hope this helps Jeff
 

Poolman

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Italked to a guy running a rubber tracked machine he said the traction was awuful ok once it was moving but getting it going was tough hope this helps Jeff
I have a T-190 track loader and attempted to move some snow when we received 14 inches earlier this month. On the flat it was fine but once I was on the hill portion of our driveway forget it. Made it down and back up three times and the third time I amost had to leave it at the roadside. Once a track starts to spin the other track just turns the machine right around. Good luck on any hills. I had much better luck with the 773 I used to have, the tires dig right in.
 

753g

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I have a T-190 track loader and attempted to move some snow when we received 14 inches earlier this month. On the flat it was fine but once I was on the hill portion of our driveway forget it. Made it down and back up three times and the third time I amost had to leave it at the roadside. Once a track starts to spin the other track just turns the machine right around. Good luck on any hills. I had much better luck with the 773 I used to have, the tires dig right in.
thanks guys for preventing a wasted investment for the snow
 
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