Mattracks?

Discussion in 'Tires/Wheels' started by mudhauler84, Jun 29, 2003.

  1. mudhauler84

    mudhauler84 New Member

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    What are mattracks and anybody know how much a set cost used?
     
  2. MUCHADO

    MUCHADO New Member

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    they cost somewhere around $25,000.... they look sweet, but damn.. you could buy and build up a nice truck for that much $$!!
     

  3. DRED

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    closer to 15 grand new, but either way, it's way too much...



    I wouldn't even know where to begin to look for used ones...
     
  4. Steeper

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    but if you had the coin they would be the coolest {expletive} since 4WD!
     
  5. Dayid

    Dayid New Member

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    Most of their videos that I've seen with them don't make them seem very impressive. Especially for the cost of $15k+.
     
  6. K5Chris

    K5Chris Well-Known Member

    i saw an old 85 chevy for sale with mattracks. the price of the truck was like $18k with the mattracks, but if you just wanted the truck he would drop the price down to like 3k.
     
  7. MUCHADO

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    I guess I remembered way wrong... but u could still do alot of sh!t to your truck for 15k!
     
  8. WMIF

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    :withstupid:



    i was able to climb a curb with my old 33's that was just about as high as they climbed. the only place i can see them with benefit is sand, and maybe watery mud.
     
  9. v10sport

    v10sport Well-Known Member

    No way those things are woth 15K! :shock::



    I never knew they were that expensive.
     
  10. MUCHADO

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    you have to admit tho... they do look BADA$$!!
     
  11. WMIF

    WMIF New Member

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    not as good as swampers. :drool:
     
  12. FortWorth4x4

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    :withstupid: I think Mattracks are dumb looking. Give me a set of swampers over those anyday. :smash: And 15k is ridiculous.
     
  13. Johndas

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    those are those track thingys right? damn 15k! :shock: your definetly right about doing ALOT of stuff to the truck for that much. probably be able to make it more cabable then the truck with those things!! :naughty:
     
  14. osborn_1

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    never heard of em someone pos a pic
     
  15. Mr. Death

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    http://www.mattracks.com/index.htm If they really are that much, Id much rather spend that 15k else where. For that price there :rainfro: anyways.
     
  16. DRED

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    you've got to be kidding me... I'd like to see any 4wd float across snow like those things can...



    I agree with hawii that they aren't that impressive on rocks and such, but on anything soft they annihilate...



    the cost of 15k is ridiculous though, and I'd feel like an idiot driving down the road with those things on my truck... they look retarded...
     
  17. James_R

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    They're really intened for snow. There are places out west and such that get those 15passenger vans converted to 4wd and they use the Mattracks go give tours on snow covered mountians.



    They'll beat the hell out of swampers in most any terrain. They have a super low contact pressure so they basically float over the terrain.



    The only place they're not good for is asphalt.
     
  18. DodgeFan

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    I jus watched a few clips,If I had the use and of course the money(lol)I'd giv em a try,they looked pretty kool,ya gotta giv em that.

    DF :usa:
     
  19. Jou

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    Ya, but it takes 30 minutes to swap back to tires.
     
  20. JeepCrawler98

    JeepCrawler98 New Member

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    The only time those things would come in usefull for their money is if you lived on the Arctic or run a year-round ski resort. Or if you maybe owned a piece of land in florida where they have those floating island type thingies in the marshes there. Other than that, waste of moolah! Besides, those things have gotta be worse than hell on all your steering components and bearings.