Welcome to our free snowmobile track buyers resource guide. Since the track on your snowmobile isn’t going to last forever, it’s good to educate yourself on all the variables involved with selecting a new track. Its similar to buying new tires for your vehicle, you need to make sure the tires are going to fit and match your driving style and conditions.
As such, we’ve create a collection of informative guides and videos to walk you through the process of choosing your replacement snowmobile track. Browse the resources below to help you understand how to choose your replacement snowmobile track.
Your Snowmobile Track Buyers Guide
1. How to inspect your snowmobile track for wear and damage. Provides an overview of what to look for when inspecting your sleds track. Knowing the signs of wear will give you a good idea concerning when to replace your snowmobile track. There is a video included.
2. What to keep in mind concerning the lug or tread height of your sleds track. Discusses what to consider when it comes to lug or tread height. A video is included.
3. What are clips and clip configurations on your track. Clips and their configuration can be confusing, so we try to clear the air on the topic. Includes a video.
4. How to determine your snowmobile tracks pitch and length. Another area of common confusion. Your sled will take a specific pitch and length of track. Video included.
5. How to choose your next snowmobile track. We provide you a simple formula for figuring out what size and type of track to choose. Video provided.
6. Whats the difference between a 1 ply and 2 ply snowmobile track. We explain in simple terms the difference between these two types of snowmobile track.
7. Our snowmobile track application guides or fitment charts. We have a guide for each make of snowmobile out there. Reference these to know what track length, width, lug height and pitch your sled originally came with. This provides a great reference point for starting the shopping process. (This information is supplied by Camso. If you have a question call us.)
- Arctic Cat snowmobile track application guide
- Polaris snowmobile track application guide
- Ski-doo snowmobile track application guide
- Yamaha snowmobile track application guide
8. After you determine what track length, width, lug height and pitch will fit your sled, you’ll need to consider what type of snowmobile track is right for your riding style and the conditions you ride in most of the time. Snowmobile track types include:
- Trail snowmobile tracks – These are tracks designed for trail and hard packed snow conditions.
- On – Off trail snowmobile tracks – These are tracks designed for riders who spend time on and off trail
- Mountain snowmobile tracks – Tracks designed for deep powder and mountain conditions
- Utility snowmobile tracks – Tracks designed for utility type snowmobiles
- Racing snowmobile tracks – Tracks designed specifically for racing
9. Our video reviews of specific snowmobile track models and of specific snowmobile tracks. We try to review as many models and specific tracks as possible. These are meant to provide you more detailed information.
12. Why you should buy your next snowmobile track from Sledtrack. Learn why you should buy your replacement snowmobile track from us.
13. Why we don’t sell used snowmobile tracks and tips on shopping for a used snowmobile track if your heart and budget is really set on one.
14. Looking for a Kimpex snowmobile track? – Kimpex is no longer in business. Find out what your alternatives are.