Camso’s ATV track system for 500-cc and under

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A smaller ATV with a track system in the snow.

The ATV R4S track system is backed by a two-year limited warranty and is available through Camso's dealer network. — Camso photo

ATVs outfitted with track systems are truly all-terrain, capable of traversing snow, ice, mud, turf and rocks. The problem is they’re typically outfitted for modern, high-powered machines and come with a hefty price tag. What if you have an older or small cc ATV and want a track system for more casual use?

Enter Camso’s new ATV R4S system. Designed specifically for 500-cc and smaller ATVs, the ATV R4S system combines value and features, such as sprockets adapted to prevent clutch and engine overload. According to Camso, the kit’s 20-centimetre track width reduces ground pressure and provides flotation and traction that’s comparable to wide track systems that are designed for larger cc vehicles. The geometry of the ATV 4RS has also been optimized to ensure the best performance and handling.

This new track system fits just about every ATV model that’s 500 cc and under on the market. Camso says it’s intended for light-duty applications, such as ice fishing, hunting, farming and reaching the cabin.

For more information, visit Camso’s website.


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