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Track N Go | Wheel Driven Track System

With the "Track N Go" system you can now easily transform your beloved vehicle into a "tank”! The innovative design allows you to easily slip-on the track system without any modifications to your vehicle, simply drive onto the treads, lock them in place, and you´re ready to fearlessly barrel through snow. Track N Go can also function on bare road, but at $25,000, they don´t come cheap, still, less expensive than buying a tank though. Watch the video and check out the impressive system in action.

sources: gizmodo & dudeiwantthat




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BIKE DESIGN PROJECT | BY OREGON MANIFEST | Image

BIKE DESIGN PROJECT | BY OREGON MANIFEST

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REVOLIGHTS ECLIPSE | Image

REVOLIGHTS ECLIPSE

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QUADSKI | BY GIBBS TECHNOLOGIES | Image

QUADSKI | BY GIBBS TECHNOLOGIES

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