Utility vehicles: Rubber track conversion systems from Mattracks

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Commercial vehicles: Mattracks, a provider of rubber track conversion systems, just released its new series of Ag Tracks, the TA9000 series. It expands Mattracks current Track-tor Assist line-up of conversion systems. The TA9000 series includes track systems for Tractors, Harvesters, Sprayers and more with axle loads from 10 to 20 tons. Track widths currently available in the TA9000 series are 15”, 20”, 24” and 30”.

Based in Karlstad, Minnesota; Mattracks utilizes 650,000 square feet of factory space for the design, engineering and manufacturing over 100 models of the rubber track conversion kits for 4x4 Trucks, SUV’s, Tractors, ATV’s, UTV’s, and more. Mattrack’s products are in all seven continents and over 100 countries.

Mattracks was originally conceived in 1992 by owner, founder and CEO, Glen Brazier’s 11-year old son, Matt, and thus the name. “Today we produce over 100 models of rubber tracks conversions systems as well as many custom applications and we build tracks for everything from a small toy to vehicles weighing up to 80,000 lbs. gvw,” said CEO Glen Brazier.

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