5 Awesome UTVs That Traded Tires for Tracks

Seth Fargher
by Seth Fargher
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5 awesome utvs that traded tires for tracks
Don't forget to "tread lightly."


Riding in snow can be a ton of fun, but standard UTV tires have their limitations. The deeper the snow gets, the more difficult it is to get traction and you’ll usually end up burying the machine or just pushing snow until you get stuck. Track systems are something we’ve seen become a whole lot more popular in recent years and not just for functional purposes. A lot of folks are trading in their tires during the winter months to be able to go out and play in the snow.

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A photo posted by BuiltRight Industries (@builtrightind) on Jan 10, 2016 at 11:51am PST

“Where were going we don’t need roads”!! @polarisrzr

A photo posted by UTV WOLFPACK (@utvwolfpack) on Jun 8, 2015 at 2:34pm PDT

My loves getting ?? ranger truck trucks tracks ready s s s lightbar

A photo posted by HUMMER_ADDICT (@hummer_addict) on Feb 24, 2016 at 4:22pm PST

We’re Ready for Winter…Are You?

A photo posted by Peerless Autosports (@peerlessautosports) on Oct 27, 2015 at 2:18pm PDT

Tintmasters Motorsports shop Ranger ready for some snow!

A photo posted by tintmasters motorsports (@tintmastersmotorsports) on Jan 25, 2015 at 4:21pm PST

Seth Fargher
Seth Fargher

Growing up in Oregon, most of Seth's involvement in the powersports world was limited to what he saw in magazines and videos. Following a brief stint in the corporate world, Seth took a flying leap (literally) and moved to California to pursue a career in freestyle motocross. Though short lived, the opportunity immersed him in the industry and is now a well-established off-road writer.

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