Dominator Track System

Feb 18, 2015

Category: Rides

Hey, Bostonians. Sorry about your weather and all, but here’s some good news: We just found your new way to get to work.

The Dominator Track System by American Track Truck lets you transform pretty much any 4×4 vehicle into a track truck for off-road transportation to take you places where tires can’t go… like anywhere in Massachusetts right now. They normally install in less than an hour, and no other vehicle modifications are necessary. Taking them off is also said to be a breeze, bringing your car, truck, or SUV back to its original state. The Dominator Track System can be used year round and in almost all types of terrain, but they’re said to shine brightest when moving through snow or similar soft terrain environments. Price upon request. [Purchase]

Dominator Track System 1

Dominator Track System 2

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