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I have the same machine with a 1.5" lug track on it.  Using the stock drive shaft and cogs, that is the biggest you can fit.  I've heard of others using smaller cogs and being able to put in a larger lug, however, I have never tried it.  My track is a Camoplast Challenger Track. I paid about $375 for it.  I've ran it a couple seasons on snow and grass, no tears, rips, etc..
 

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You need to let us in on "what" machine you got


And why is this post going backwards?
 

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can anyone tell me how deep of a lug track can be installed on my machine and any and any tips for the install, and any suggestions on track types.
 

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Not sure, but I think a summit has a rolled chaincase?
 

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Most 670x's that I am aware of get an aftermarket drop and roll. If someone knows more about this let us all know. From what I was aware of you can run an 1 3/4 in an HO.
 

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I have a 1.5 on my H.O. and to me it looks like a 1.75 would barely fit and probably rub sometimes.
 
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