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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-17-2013, 07:59 AM Thread Starter
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Wheels for Sno Pro 120

Hello all,

I bought a 2012 Arctic Cat Sno Pro 120 from my 5 year old son. I do not know much about snowmobiles but am learning as I go from these forums, as well as web-sites. I see they have wheel kits for the Sno Pro 120 for my son to ride outside of the snow. My question is, doesn't the pavement damage or wear-down the track?

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Not as much as you might think due to it's slow speed and low torque.

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Thank you for your response. When I bought the snowmobile I also bought a rear wheel kit for the track. It is comprised of 6 small black wheels (3 on each side). I don't remember the exact reason I bought the kit, other than it helps the snowmobile. I believe it helps in traction. I'm not sure if this makes a difference for driving on the pavement, as well.
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RJ,

Are you saying it's ok to do?
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Lots do it with no adverse effects and the kidletts love it, especially at the grass drags when they get to race.

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I have a front wheel kit on mine! We run it all year! The skis come off and then a bolt that is 5/8 on one end and like 3/8 on the other.
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