Transfer Kits: What You Need To Know

Submitted by atvadmin on Wed, 07/14/2021 - 04:26

In this video, Willy from talks about transfer kits for used tracks. He will break down the individual categories of transfer kits, and what parts you might receive in your kit. You can watch the video on our Youtube channel here

The first thing to figure out is if the tracks came from an ATV or a UTV.  UTV track kits will not work on ATVs, and vice versa. Camso breaks their products down by suspension type – rigid or independent suspensions. This dictates what parts you will get in the transfer kit, as well as the price.

There are four types of transfer kits:

  • Independent to independent
  • Rigid to rigid
  • Independent to rigid
  • Rigid to independent

90% of machines will be independent to independent transfers. Regardless of the machine the tracks came from and the machine you’re transferring them to, the transfer kits will contain only the parts that you need. For example, a set of tracks that came from a 2016 Honda Pioneer 1000 and are being transferred to a 2020 Polaris Ranger 1000 will need a transfer kit with the following parts: hubs, drive sprockets, front plates, rear plates, and lug nuts.

Rigid to rigid transfer kits will include the rear anti-rotation arms along with the other parts needed.  Independent to rigid transfer kits will also include mounting brackets for the anti-rotation arms. Finally, the rigid to independent transfer kits will include the mounting brackets as well as updated anti-rotation arms.

Prices for the transfer kits will depend on the machine the tracks are coming from and the machine they’re going to.  When calling, Willy will need to know the make and model of the machines, as well as the serial number of the tracks. Please note that we can still help without all the information, but we will only be able to sell the individual parts at retail prices, instead of as a self-contained transfer kit. If you would like more information, you can visit our webpage here. Or you can use the button below to download the transfer kit order form. Download order form

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