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dgkarales

Performance track conversion kit

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Hello,

Thank you for taking the time to view and hopefully reply to this postings.

I have developed a patented UNIVERSAL track conversion kit, which can be used on SPORT or Utility version ATV's.

I have spent 4 years in the design and countless prototypes. In my opinion, my kit blows everyone else out of the water. I have 3 working prototypes that have been tested by varies pro riders, they have been unsuccessful in breaking them.

I would like to share the advantages of my kits and get your opinion, if I should take this to the next level (manufacturing and production). I am hesitant due to incredible amounts of capital involved in the production and marketing that this project would require, but I believe that there is a place and a value for my product line in our sport.

The advantages of my kit are the following:

> Can be used on SPORT or Utility Quads.

> Increased stability, side to side which reduces the possibility of the machine flipping backwards.

> Nearly ZERO loss in speed and performance unlike other kits.

> The tracks will not fall off during hair pin turns.

> Built for extreme riding and jumping.

> Maintains stock ride height.

> Used in sand, mud, hard pack surfaces, SNOW.

I have made ski kits which can easily be installed on the front, so it can be used as a snowmobile in the winter. It rides like a ATV but drives like a snowmobile!

If anyone is interested, I have just posted 3 short videos on YouTube of my prototypes.

ATV Sport Track Conversion Kit I

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3e2p2HiPME]YouTube - ATV Sport Track Conversion Kit I[/ame]

ATV Sport Track Conversion Kit II

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZ5QO2eS0Ow]YouTube - ATV Sport Track Conversion Kit II[/ame]

ATV to Snowmobile Conversion Kit

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0wOA6wREtM]YouTube - ATV to Snowmobile Conversion Kit[/ame]

Thank you again for your time.

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Thanks for the information. These look like great upgrade/kits.

Any feedback from people who have purchased and installed these on their atvs?

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I'm in the proto stages right now, I have 3 working proto's w/pro riders testing them and was just looking for some feed back!

Thanks for your reply

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Thanks,

In jumping as you launch w/tracks it is more stable!

Racing in sand tracks beat paddle tires off the start!

Tracks will climb big sand hills without having to build allot of speed!

More enjoyable in snow with tracks! It sure beats spinning

around out of control and constantly getting stuck.

In snow we go down in the DEEP ditches and snowmobiles did not!

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Hi I cant seem to view your youtube videos have you taken them off ? They look really cool can you buy them yet thanks rob

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