Some grooming guys tried them and they didn't do very well. Not enough ponies and many have manual trannies. So they'd be going up some hill and need to shift. I'm not a fan of camso either.
Idk anything about these trucks or tracks other than a buddy who puts tracks on his RZR in the winter does a lot of rebuilding every year because it's just not built heavy enough.
Whatever holds up better as a groomer is probably the tougher, but big difference in service duty between a groomer and personal cabin access. Looks cool, look forward to the field report.
... edit... required maintenance to take the caps off of each wheel clean and add a film of grease. the bearings are sealed but the bearing shell and the main drive wheel housing is steel subject to corrosion. The grease is intended as a water barrier if water gets under the cap.....
Today was maintenance day, changed oil, added antifreeze, and some prevenative maintenance on the tracks. I watched a video on maintenance of the Camso tracks. Basic maintinance, track tension double checked lug nuts etc. and one item I think most ignore or just don't know. It is required maintenance to take the caps off of each wheel clean and add a film of grease. the bearings are sealed but the bearing shell and the main drive wheel housing is steel subject to corrosion. The grease is intended as a water barrier if water gets under the cap. I think it could be one of those things that never gets done like changing your automatic transmission fluid and filter every 20k miles. Doesn't seem like a big deal until you are rebuilding it. Also almost every Tracked UTV video especially with a RZR they are running wide open and jumping getting big air, its the first thing you see in the video not to do. Then the same guy gets on his computer and bashes the equipment after the tracks, machine or both are trashed. If I can swing it with work load I plan to take it to the mountain at the end of next week. I will report back with video. I will be the test dummy for this concept and give an honest of a review as I can. Marty
The problem with Camso instructions to keep the bearings lubed is most or all of the water contamination comes in from the back side which is the stud side. Not the cap side. They do say "spray back side with quality lubricant" but I'm skeptical of it doing much good.
I personally do not like WD-40.