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hi guys. i am using my john deere gator 855d on wet muddy clay fields and found that it is not good in wet conditions and too low to the ground. i decided to buy a set of camoplast track. they are absolutey brilliant in wet, the gator will go anywhere, however after a few weeks, the tracks started to give endless trouble with water and dirt getting into the bearings and burning them out. i have no confidance in them anymore and afraid to install them as just always seem to let me down. i have come to the conclusion that these tracks are only designed and built for snow and not wet mud. please can someone give me some advice as my gator is no good to me on the stock wheels. all comments welcome

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