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So I bit the bullet with the dicey winters we've had the past several years. The on again / off again winter of thaw, ice, then snow that plagues New England lately. I put tracks on the 570. I read a LOT and researched a LOT. Some scary, a lot very good. But I did it. Have a couple hundred miles on the tracks now and have to say that A) I would never run them dry for long, B) will never use them in the mud / dirt, and C) they are absolutely AMAZING for the shoulder season and all around winter use! I've already put them through paces. Only top out around 30mph and MAN can they climb hard pack! Haven't seen much deep white stuff yet but I'm hoping for equally amazing results.

A couple things...

  • Gotta set em up right!
  • Gotta keep them in spec
  • Gotta take care of them, clean them, lube them, check for wear
  • Gotta be conscious of how you drive, especially in off camber / flex situations
  • Parts are easy to get and replace
  • They do take several hours to put on...1/2 hour to take off
  • They are like maintaining another whole machine and there's lots of wheels to care for
But if you enjoy taking care of your stuff, and have the restraint to use them with care - they will probably last you a LONG time. Especially the 2018 Camso 4S1. The design is impeccably simple. My only complaint is the weak link at the anti-rotation bracket in the rear. I have already broken a rod end ($25) and carry spares. 5 minutes to change out and could "limp home" but would like to see a more robust design there.

We've even put a Mr. Heater propane heater in the front cup holder and it works great as a mid-ride hand warmer.

Stay warm, stay safe and rip it good!

Steve

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Nice to see that someone has put these on a 570. I have been considering these for the last couple years but the cost and lack of reviews for them on a 570 is what has been keeping me from pulling the trigger. Especially since I can pick up a good used sled for half the cost of the tracks.
 

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Nice to see that someone has put these on a 570. I have been considering these for the last couple years but the cost and lack of reviews for them on a 570 is what has been keeping me from pulling the trigger. Especially since I can pick up a good used sled for half the cost of the tracks.


Loving it so far. Ask any questions anytime y’all. It’s my first winter on em.

Just ripped the lake with new crusty snow and 3 degrees with a -10 windchill. It was awesome! So much warmer than a sled. Had the heater going to warm hands.


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That is awesome! You should make some videos and throw them up on YouTube. I've been looking at them for mine also to use as a makeshift snow groomer. I made a x country ski track groomer to pull behind my 570
 

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Those are so cool. My buddy and myself just installed ours too. I've got a xp4 1k and he has a xp1k. We were going through snow over 2' deep last Saturday. So much fun.
 

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That is awesome! You should make some videos and throw them up on YouTube. I've been looking at them for mine also to use as a makeshift snow groomer. I made a x country ski track groomer to pull behind my 570


That sounds awesome! I was in this last night which fueled my passion for the tracks. I bet the RZR would do great with a drag. She sure can yank logs out of the frozen trail. Did that last week.


I plan on doing some videos when we get some snow next week.




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Those are so cool. My buddy and myself just installed ours too. I've got a xp4 1k and he has a xp1k. We were going through snow over 2' deep last Saturday. So much fun.


Oh yeah those must rock! We can’t love them enough. The 570 is slow but we love it that way. Can always rip the sled if we want speed. Just gotta be careful on the frozen lakes. So far so good.


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Made skis for the dump trailer. Putting ‘er to work last weekend.




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How do the tracks mount? I have an Ace with tracks and would like to upgrade to a RZR 570 but want to use the ATV tracks. Do they just mount to the a-arms or is there a frame attachment point? I wonder if the ATV tracks would mount up to the kit? Thanks!
 

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How do the tracks mount? I have an Ace with tracks and would like to upgrade to a RZR 570 but want to use the ATV tracks. Do they just mount to the a-arms or is there a frame attachment point? I wonder if the ATV tracks would mount up to the kit? Thanks!

They mount using bracket plates designed for the 570 bolt holes and A arms. You can probably get a kit from whoever resells your track brand. HOWEVER!!!! You need to change the drive sprocket otherwise the gear ratio will not be correct for the 570. Also the tracks for ATVs are not the same size as UTV tracks. This is to assure proper floatation and performance on snow for the weight of the vehicle. If I remember from my research ACE tracks were dimensionally smaller than RZR tracks. So although you could get the mount kit and bolt them up you may get stuck a lot in deeper snow and put significantly more wear on your driveline components without the proper sprocket. It is unlikely that they will not make a sprocket designed for the gear ratio of the 570 for ATV tracks. They do for UTV tracks. Camso is what I have.

What brand are your ACE tracks?



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Thank you! I have the camso ATV 4S1 tracks. It looks from the fitment chart the sprokets are the same?


I suggest you call ATV TRACKS.NET at 866-243-8359.

That is where I bought my tracks. Any parts you need for the Camso you can get through them. And they are extremely knowledgeable when it comes to fitment.

ATV 4S1 and UTV 4S1 may be different animals. But it looks like the ATV tracks are T4S? So now we are in an area I’m not sure of BUT those guys will know 100%. Just have your serial and model number off your tracks and tell them what you’re trying to do.


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From what I remember from researching different track options, the camsco ATV tracks can be used on the RZR 570. The 570 is at the upper end of the recommended weight limit for the smaller/shorter ATV tracks but it falls within spec. If you are planning on going thru a lot of deep powdery snow the UTV tracks will obviously work better.
 

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From what I remember from researching different track options, the camsco ATV tracks can be used on the RZR 570. The 570 is at the upper end of the recommended weight limit for the smaller/shorter ATV tracks but it falls within spec. If you are planning on going thru a lot of deep powdery snow the UTV tracks will obviously work better.


I believe this is correct. I deal with 2 feet on the lake with slush sometimes so I went with UTV tracks. I preferred the width of the ATV version but prefer MORE not to get stuck.


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Video of the RZR on Camso tracks on a watery lake and light slush.



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After a season with the tracks I discovered their vulnerabilities and mine. I also learned great maintenance tricks and that these tracks are virtually unstoppable!!!!



Broke down three times. All my fault. The tracks are amazing as long as you keep on them, checking bolts before every ride and during a ride. Carry tools, a jack and multiple spare parts. You WILL break shear bolts as you learn how to drive them. Once you do though, NO snow could stop me.




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RZR570 on tracks....absolutely NO POWER ISSUES! Plenty of power!




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