Track N Go - Screw You Snow!

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 4 years ago

Ever have trouble driving in the snow? This invention may change all that.
There are 32 comments:
Male 1,569
f*ck snow tires, I want those
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Male 296
such drama with the music
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Male 977
Retarded fo sho!
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Male 243
drat YOU SNOW!
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Male 510
Is this even street legal?
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Male 550
Fwoggie2. . . really? You don`t see the point. Are you retarded?
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Male 1,803
Don`t see the point.
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Male 987
I like the bit at the beginning about "intellectual property of the system protected by law . . " but no mention of the music being protected by copyright law.
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Male 85
yeah, post a million pics of other trucks with tracks... that shows exactly why you are here posting dumb pics thinking you are so smart while these guys are actully inventing practical things and getting rich. Wheel driven tracks are a frikin great idea
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Male 2,516
@robosnitz: lol, so much for intellectual property protection
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Male 1,239
[quote]Anyone know the name of the song in this video?
I know it`s been is sooooo many other vids and commercials.[/quote]

Lux Aeterna/The Eternal Light

Egal, the music should have no bearing on your opinion or a product. This product is meant for people who want a cheaper, less permanent, easier to switch alternative. The one`s you show may perform better for a hardcore comparison but let`s say I live in Alaska in a city it snows regularly. They plow the roads regularly but there`s occasionally a hold up or an emergency. It takes 5 minutes to get these on and be on the way and it`s a snap to switch back. Not to mention these likely cost a couple grand. Mattracks cost what, 20 to 50 thouasand? I could buy a snowmobile or two instead.
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Male 17,512
I`m surprised those work as well as it do. Thought there might`ve been problems with the suspension and/or steering.

Looks like it might wear down the sidewalls of your tires though. Need some stats on their durability and maintenance.
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Male 1,737

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Male 1,737
Music killed it for me, trying to make it epic. It`s neat, and I`ve seen better. Like the triangle shaped tread that replaces the wheel all together.
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Male 2,737
similiar to Mattracks.
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Male 701
I live in California, problem solved
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Male 83
Anyone know the name of the song in this video?
I know it`s been is sooooo many other vids and commercials.
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Male 2,345
seems really useful but I am concerned about how much suspension travel is lost when they are on.

getting extra traction is great unless it causes the struts to take damage.
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Male 1,417
Sure that`s fine for driving through fields, but would they be road-safe?
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Male 2,988
"won`t bigger tiers be cheaper"

bigger tires are far from cheap and its not just the tires you end up having to pay for. bigger tires usually leads to having to get a lift, regearing your transfer case and getting appropriate speedometer gears so you know how fast your going and track your mileage correctly. bigger tires, as well as ones with more aggressive tread rise in cost really fast, lowers your gas mileage, and wear down quicker.

so this winter time solution may be cheaper than having big tires year round.
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Male 1
bad~dratin~ass
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Male 1,471
This is genious. Someone deserves a medal!
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Male 508
Looks like it would chew up your drivetrain.
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Male 4
won`t bigger tiers be cheaper
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Male 37,888

will it work in sand?
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Male 6,737
Is this road legal? Surely not?
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Male 135
That is a brilliant invention
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Male 490
One day, a long time ago, I loved the soundtrack from requiem for a dream.

Now I don`t. Perhaps it`s because every fifth drating video uses it.
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Male 4,746
Brilliant! Not much good for regular vehicles, but would be an amazing tool for emergency response vehicles to have.
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Male 237
Snowmobile, so what ?
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Male 2,362
Now that`s using your noodle.
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Female 8,044
Link: Track N Go - Screw You Snow! [Rate Link] - Ever have trouble driving in the snow? This invention may change all that.
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