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Tracks improve Defender winter performance

Two track systems can extend use of Can Am UTVs and ATVs in snow

Can Am Defenders 
can be equipped with bolt-on track systems for use in mud or deep snow.

For producers who want to expand the on-farm capabilities of their ATV or UTV, Can Am thinks it has the perfect solution: tracks. Not too long ago the brand introduced its “four season” Apache 360 and longer-track version the 360LT line of all-season track modules, which will work on its Outlander ATVs and Defender UTV. They are designed to contend with all types of soft and hard surfaces where tires won’t get the job done.

And while the 360 modules offer greatly enhanced floatation and performance in deep snow as well, this past spring Can Am introduced yet another track module option that is designed specifically for the white powder, The Apache Backcountry and long-track Backcountry LT systems.

Grainews went into the mountains of Quebec last winter to test both the Apache 360 and Apache Backcountry track systems in deep snow. Here’s a video look and a review of the performance of Can Am track systems in deep snow.

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Scott Garvey

Scott Garvey is a freelance writer and video producer. He is also the former machinery editor at Grainews.



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