While it’s arguable that the Kawasaki Teryx, Teryx 4-door, and Teryx KRX all look sexier on tracks than they do on wheels, it’s undeniable that they perform better in snow as well as soft and loose soil types with Kawasaki Teryx tracks installed. Although you’ll never achieve the same top speeds with a UTV on tracks than you can with a modern snowmobile, Kawasaki Teryx snow tracks are monsters in deep powder. You can take a Kawasaki Teryx on tracks pretty much anywhere they’re allowed, and there are various track types for different conditions. When one thinks of UTV tracks, what comes to mind is typically a set of side-by-side snow tracks. But in addition to snow tracks, here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad, we also offer mixed-terrain tracks for the Kawasaki Teryx, all-terrain tracks for the Kawasaki Teryx, and Kawasaki Teryx tracks that can be used on either snow or muddy swamps / muskeg. Be it a complete Kawasaki Teryx track kit or some track brackets and replacement track components, we’re sure to carry the parts and accessories you require for a tracked-out Kawasaki Teryx!
From Camoplast tracks and Apache track systems to Camso 4S1 tracks and Backcountry tracks, if you hate getting stuck, you’re in luck! With a set of Kawasaki Teryx tracks installed on your buggy, you’ll open up a world of opportunities that were previously infeasible using standard OHV tires. Ice fishing, for example, is a pastime that many UTV owners partake in. And whether it’s to access a good lake or to drag an ice fishing hut to the middle of it, you could spend all day every day fishing with a Kawasaki Teryx on tracks if you felt so inclined. Aside from ice fishing, Kawasaki Teryx 800 tracks, Kawasaki Teryx 4 track kits, and Kawasaki Teryx 750 tracks are also perfect for those who intend to plow snow with their side-by-sides. In conjunction with a snow plow, a snow blower, and / or a spreader attachment, Kawasaki Teryx snow tracks enable users to clear driveways, shovel walkways, and spread road salts for non-slick surfaces that are easily traverseable via car, by bike, or on foot!
It’s unquestionable that the flotation, ground clearance, and added width of Kawasaki Teryx tracks transforms the vehicle to make it more functional and versatile in the snow, but how difficult is it to actually install a set of Kawasaki Teryx tracks? Most track kits for the Kawasaki Teryx come with everything you need to rock and roll! However, there are a few differences between the modern editions and the earlier editions of the T2 and T4 in terms of both size and construction. As such, the front track brackets are the same throughout, but the rear track brackets differ between the older Teryx 750s and the newer T2 models. That being said, however, they’re pretty easy to modify if you have a welder and some metal. And if you’ve got a buddy with a newer machine, you can use their rear brackets as a template to fab up some rear brackets of your own. Alternatively, you could simply visit a place like Everything Kawasaki Offroad to get the right track brackets for your particular Teryx year, model, and edition!
Like Kawasaki Teryx track brackets, you’ll also need plates to anchor the anti-rotation bars from the tracks onto your UTV. Most kits come with a-arm brackets and the requisite lugnuts / mounting hardware, but if you’re not running stock a-arms, you might have to make your own track mounting plates. Furthermore, after installing tracks on your bike, it will behoove you to also make some adjustments to the rig’s ECU. One such adjustment worth considering is a differential lock speed limiter bypass. When attempting to transition from deep snow to hard pack, the tracks will want to go under without a diff lock bypass. Furthermore, due to the gear reduction of the tracks, you might not be able to get enough momentum in some situations because the governor will kick in at around 4mph.
Installing 2008 Kawasaki Teryx tracks, 2011 Kawasaki Teryx tracks, or even 2022 Kawasaki Teryx tracks doesn’t have to be difficult. With the help our the team here Everything Kawasaki Offroad, you’ll not only get a non-bias review of the various Kawasaki Teryx, Kawasaki Teryx KRX, and Kawasaki Teryx 4 track systems out there, but also supplementary assistance with regards to track mounts, track a-arm brackets, and ECU tuners for tracks! Don’t wait till the snow has already fallen and pick up some tracks for your Kawasaki Teryx now!