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ATV / UTV | Best practices | 10.06.22

How to measure if your ATV or UTV on track systems fits in your trailer or pick-up truck

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Are you considering purchasing some track systems for your all-terrain vehicle or your side-by-side? Or maybe you just got a new vehicle that you’re planning to use with the track systems you already own. In either case, you’ve come to the right place. One of the most common question track systems owners have is: will it fit in my trailer or in the back of my truck? Or will the height of my vehicle fit through the door of my garage or of my enclosed trailer? Indeed, track systems will increase the overall size of your vehicle and is a great point to have in mind. Let’s connect all the pieces together to find the right measurements of the offset and clearance of your vehicle on track systems. Good news is, it’s not rocket science!
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Basic information you’ll need to get started

First things first: as you may know, our track systems for ATVs and UTVs have been developed to fit on most vehicles on the market. Whether you’re purchasing new track systems for your current ride or changing vehicle and keeping your track systems, here’s the information you’ll need to have handy:

Vehicle details
• Make and model
• Year (size may vary from one year to another)
• Vehicle dimensions

Camso track systems model you own or plan on buying
Camso ATV R4S
Camso ATV T4S
• Camso X4S (fits on both ATVs and UTVs)
Camso UTV 4S1

Inside measurements of what you’re using to haul or store your vehicle
• Flatbed trailer
• Enclosed cargo trailer
• Pick-up bed
• Garage door
Pro tip: When measuring inner dimensions of your trailer or pick-up bed, make sure to take into consideration the wheel wells if they are visible from the inside, as they have an impact on available space.

Got all the info in hand? Great, now let’s get to measuring the vehicle with the track systems.
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How to measure length, width and height of vehicle on track systems

Installing track systems on your vehicle will have an impact on its length, width and height, so you’ll need the measures of system offset and ground clearance. Luckily, you can find measurements for all Camso track systems in our brochure. You’ll also find in the table below details on system offset and clearance:
Camso Powersports ATV UTV Track system Offset ground clearance length width dimensions 1000x500 EN 1
Camso Powersports VTT Systeme chenilles Vehicule Cote Longueur Empattement Largeur 300x300 FR 2 Camso Powersports VTT Systeme chenilles Face Devant Largeur Dimensions 300x300 FR 1 Camso Powersports VTT Systeme chenilles Vehicule Cote Hauteur Axe moyeu Garde sol 300x300 FR 1
Length of your vehicle on track systems
• Track system offset, front (blue) + Wheelbase (black) + Track system offset, back (blue) = Overall length (grey)

Width of your ATV or UTV on track systems

• Hub faces width (black) + Track system offset width, both sides (blue) = Overall width (grey)

Height of your ride on track systems

• Front: Hub axle to top of vehicle, front (black) + ground clearance, front (blue) = Overall height, front (grey)
• Rear: Hub axle to top of vehicle, back (black) + ground clearance, back (blue) = Overall height, back (grey)
• Highest between front and back = Overall height
Pro tip: One key feature that will help you measure your vehicle’s length and height is the blue Camso cap at the center of the sprocket of each track system.
No matter the activity you’re planning on enjoying with your track systems, from hunting to ice fishing, getting to the cottage or taking care of your land, we hope this article gives you all the information you need to haul or store your vehicle without a worry.
To learn more about our range of track systems, visit the ATV and UTV section of our website. Our growing powersports community gets you connected with other outdoors enthusiasts: follow us on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube to join the fun!