Do you have a before / after pic ? The trim job is so clean it's kinda hard to figure exactly what you did. Props for that.All valid reason , what works for one doesn't for another .
This does both for me , the center lugs shovel the snow in and the cut edges give me the traction I need .
It's more universal , not specific .
You ripped a track in half?? Impressive. Rail damage?Stumbled across these , the pic with the two , before and after . The cut one I blew , hit a hidden stump weakened it and later when I was getting hard on the throttle things gotta fuzzy . The last pic still wasn't completely finished .
After figuring out what happened I was just a little hot under the collar , walked , crawled and cussed back to the cabin about a mile grabbed the freight sled and retrieved it , think it tries to hurt me at times . I was heading to the parking area to pick up some people that showed up , some of the best riding is solo , no heads to count . Of course they found me strapping the Hawk down . When it blew it went just like blowing a belt wide open . All I really remember hearing is A belt go , engine going ballistic for a millisecond grabbing a hand full of brake and a face full of snow . I pulled the track out of the snow it was kind of buried , the drivers held on to it so I actually torpedoed and when I got up and looked behind me with the helmet light I didn't quite comprehend it till I looked at the skid . Like where the H _ _ _ is my track . No damage to the rails they are 3/8 , 9.47mm built to abuse and the weight to prove it . I think some guys ride with me just for the laughsYou ripped a track in half?? Impressive. Rail damage?
I Know C3 Powersports offers 120, 129 and 137 track options in their Camso/Yeti 2.5” track, the 137 is 12” wide and it’s not tapered. Goes for around $1100 or $800ish USD. Not too sure how that would work on the 11.5” Aro though, never tried it.After riding side by side with a A3 compared to my A137 with a tapered track in every kind of snow condition I want a 3” track uncut. It does seam to float up on the snow as someone had comment on. We have the exact same bike.
Makes me wonder does anyone make a 137” track that is not tapered just like 2 1/2” straight across?
aro3 all the way! U wont regret it. Best decision i made!! I ride eastern Wa/ oregon with all types of varying snow Conditions. And dont let people tell u a stock 450 or 500 doesnt hav enough power to turn the 3.. just doo it!!I Know C3 Powersports offers 120, 129 and 137 track options in their Camso/Yeti 2.5” track, the 137 is 12” wide and it’s not tapered. Goes for around $1100 or $800ish USD. Not too sure how that would work on the 11.5” Aro though, never tried it.
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Was the Aro3 still decent on set up snow? I’m on the fence between snowchecking the Aro3 Velocity or the Aro129le. I ride southern BC steep terrain and deep snow Nov-April; then hard snow May-June and can only have 1 setup.