Thanks for the update on those tracks WG! We bought the 4s1 tracks for our Ranger and I made the command decision to leave them on the pallet for this year since it took us over 2 months to get to the 25 hr dealer service on the machine.
But I’m going to love being able to get around on our land nice and slow and under control…..without the ski-doo track spinning at 70 mph to stay on top of the powder at 15 mph. We had 15” 4 days ago and calling for 10-18” tonight…….solid 5’ on the ground right now. Past nipple deep if you break through all the crusts.
As far as melting off the tracks, what happens if you don’t? Mine is going to live it’s first winter in an unheated shed. After that in a heated shop or garage. (Both now including bigger floor drains in the plan!)