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post #1 of 4 Old May 23rd, 2012, 08:59 AM Thread Starter
 
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Any track experts in the house?

Hi all, 1st post on this forum. I'm seriously considering a 2010 RZR 800s I found that is in great shape. I currently own a 2010 Outlander 800XT MAX, I just bought new Tatou tracks for it last winter, will these tracks ever work on the RZR or do I have to buy different ones? I know the mount kit will be different, but will the tracks themselves work. I'm afraid I will take a major beating if I have to sell them and buy new.

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Re: Any track experts in the house?

someone on here put tracks on a 900 xp, ive never seen any on a 800.
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Re: Any track experts in the house?

If the bolt patterns are different then you can get spacers(thinnest possible) that can convert your popo to the can am pattern and they should bolt up with the right mount kit. Fitment may be an issue with the spacers (I'm not familiar with the tatou set-up but I have had 3 sets of popo tracks) so I would talk to the manufacturer to see how much wiggle room there is with the mount kit. Hope it all works out!

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