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    Tracks for small tractors

    Ok. I'm really liking the idea of this. I have a 60 acre swamp that partially dries up in the summer. I have been thinking of a way to clean it up in the summer and plant for duck hunting. I would think these would disperse the weight allot better than wheels. Thoughts?
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    Those must be slow. How much $$$?
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    Neat package although I bet they're pricey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firemachine69 View Post
    Those must be slow. How much $$$?
    Requested a quote. I imagine they'll be high as Cadillac payments. I would like to think they are geared to compensate for different ratio btwn tire and tracks.
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    The new combat Vehicle Called the JD 1 person carrier Just need a turret

    There's a company In Europe That even makes kits Like this for Lawn & Garden tractors and there is One zero turn company herein the US that even has them and Deere does use them On these https://www.deere.com/en/tractors/4w...620rx-tractor/ so I guess why Not Compacts For a ATV there about $2,700 a Track I can just Image what the cost a track for a Compact is per track. Max speed is suggested at 20MPH on compacts
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    There is a brand new set of the 5000 series Mattracks up for sale on Tractor House. They claim they fit the 5000 series Deere tractors.

    $47,000. YOKIES!

    They look pretty cool and I'd love to try a set out but... I'm not willing to pay more for a set of tracks than I paid for my tractor!
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    I think this has been posted here before, but here's a 4 series with tracks.



    and a 4 series with Mattracks

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    If the company needs a product tester I could be persuaded to donate my tractor and time to test these tracks on various projects. Tracks on anything is simply cool
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    There is a brand new set of the 5000 series Mattracks up for sale on Tractor House. They claim they fit the 5000 series Deere tractors.

    $47,000. YOKIES!

    They look pretty cool and I'd love to try a set out but... I'm not willing to pay more for a set of tracks than I paid for my tractor! [IMG class=inlineimg]http://www.greentractortalk.com/forums/images/smilies/laugh.gif[/IMG]

    Whoa whoa whoa....I think I'll pass. Never mind guys, don't try and think of ways this would benefit me in the swamp situation. I would have to get a second job and not be able to hunt ducks, so the need is no longer.
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    A small detail. I have seen these used on a compact tractor (JD) with a loader and 3pt rakes of sorts in the cranberry harvest process. The rakes are a form of thatch type rake. A guy had a set on a compact tractor and would custom "rake" flooded cranberry bogs. This would loosen the berries from the plants with the berries floating. The foot print on the plants in the bog was not destructive to plants, bog, or berries. Then the berries were floated to a pump or conveyor to load on trucks. Yes.. The tracks are quite expensive, but very useful in this nitch of custom harvesting.
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