Trying to understanding the meaning of clips and clip configuration when it comes to snowmobile tracks? Then this page is for you.
Overview of clips – In addition to leading edge profile development and innovative and convenient functionality, Camso’s ongoing commitment to offering the best snowmobile track technology also includes the use of various clip configurations. By using various window and clipping configurations it enables your track to maximize performance and efficiencies on the snow. Here is some info to assist you on understanding the benefits of each application.
See this short video providing an overview of clips and clip configurations
Types Of Clip Configurations
- All windows open – all pitches have clips
- Best for high speed applications
- Recommended for internal / external drive sprockets
- All windows open – guide clip placed every 2nd pitch
- Weight savings for specific Mountain Models
- Compatible with internal / external drive sprockets
- All windows open – guide clip placed every 3rd pitch
- 3 lb weight savings on 121’ – 136” tracks
- Economical – less expensive than “Full” clip
- Universal – windows are open if clips need to be applied
EVERY 3RD (P2S1)
- Guide clip placed every 3rd pitch – windows “closed” between the non-clipped areas
- 3 lb weight savings on 121” – 136” tracks
- Economical – less expensive than “Full” clip tracks
- Recommended for on/off trail applications
- Not compatible with internal / external drive sprockets
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