Another snow track system for your Pickup – Track N Go

Well not really another one…..This one is pretty unique.

Track N Go is the first ever ”wheel driven track system for pickup trucks”. According to their website this unique system could indeed open the market to an easier use of track system in winter time.  Typically you have to swap out the wheel package and put it on.

Track N Go says that in only 15 minutes this product can be installed all 4 corners.  This design is protected under several patents and is the result of the innovative company named AD Boivin.  Check out more over at 

With its 15 years of experience in snow machine and all kinds of track conversion kits, AD Boivin developped this product for industrial and personal applications in mind. The testing program of the Track N Go system is in the last year and production will start in the spring of 2013. The truck track system will hit the market for all 4 x 4 full size pickup truck. Other 4×4 vehicles will be developed later. The rubber track is made of high quality rubber by the world leading manufacturer Camoplast Solideal. All wheels are made of UHMW compression molded by PPD Group and pressfit mounted to strong hollow axles which allow this system very strong and light. More information will be revealed with the upcoming website in fall of 2012 there for make sure to visit us often at the following websites.

One thought on “Another snow track system for your Pickup – Track N Go

  1. For those of us who live in areas that are covered with snow for most days of the year, it makes perfect sense to own a snowmobile so that you are able to get around easily and quickly as the asphalt is covered with way too much snow for your truck to wade through. Well, sometimes, you might just want to ferry your family around in the snow, and a snowmobile just will not do. What are some of the other recourse that you can take? Enter the Track N Go by snowmobile manufacturer AD Boivin, where they have come up with a first-of-its kind wheel-driven track system that can be installed on just about any vehicle in order to help you navigate through the deepest snow and ice without missing a beat. Additional details are said to be in the works, so hopefully we will hear more from AD Boivin in due time. I do admit that there is always the danger of driving across thin ice without realizing it, so perhaps it would pay to be observant about your surroundings before you bring everyone else out in an enhanced truck.

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