The Universal Track-Tread for Vehicles with Tires is a track-tread adapted for use on an individual wheel of an all-terrain vehicle.
Inventor Eric Leander Chute, Jr., an equipment operator from Sunapee, NH has created a track-tread adapted for use on an individual wheel of an all-terrain vehicle.
There are many types of all-terrain vehicles, but the two main categories are wheeled and tracked vehicles. One significant advantage of a tracked vehicle is the ability to modify the tread by interchanging the track. However, wheeled vehicles tend to be more agile and allow for greater speeds of travel. Inventor Chute has created a means for a system to removably attach a track-tread to an individual wheel of a wheeled all-terrain vehicle. This track-tread will provide a user with the type of tread configuration that is most suitable for the terrain immediately encountered, yet afford the ability to remove the track-tread upon encountering a different terrain.
This clever new invention provides all season traction. It is durable and long lasting. It protects the tire. It is easy to install. It is available in various sizes.
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