And NO i do not want Tracks on my ATV, I have a sled for that.
My question is with ATV's and belt slippage in snow, My Kawasaki Brute force 750 is good for about an hour in knee high snow and then the belt will start slipping, the case is sealed and it appears to be condensation sucked in thru the airbox. Traction is never an issue with the 27" mud tires but this belt thing is getting old. My buddies Polaris does the exact same thing after about the same amount of snow riding.
I have seen Hondas Run Seat deep in water for quite a distance on some of our trail rides and never have any issues. I know that the hondas do not have the same type of drive that all the rest do but how are they in the deep snow?
The Suzuki and arctic cat use the same type drive and share the same parts as my Kawasaki so I have to assume that they would work about the same.
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