Camoplast TATOU 4S ATV User manual

Camoplast Solideal Inc.
4162, Burrill - Local A
Shawinigan, (Québec) G9N 6T6 CANADA
E-mail : atvtracksystems@camoplastsolideal.com
Website : www.camoplastsolideal.com
IMPORTANT
Please read carefully each part of this document as well as model
specific Installation Guidelines prior to assembling, installing and
using the track system.
IMPORTANT
The way the Camoplast Hi-Performance Tracks Camoplast ATV T4S
track system is used has a direct link with the longevity of the
system components. Sportive driving, rapid direction changes and
repeated fast turns (more specifically on power steering vehicles)
are not advised. These driving styles increase risk of derailing and
can cause premature wear and or major breakdowns on the track
system which will not be covered under normal warranty.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
SAFETY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
GENERAL INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
HINTS AND TIPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
USER NOTICE AND DISCLAIMER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
USING THE ATV WITH TRACKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
INSTALLATION, REMOVAL AND RE-INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
ADJUSTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
INSTALLATION OF A RUBBER TRACK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
BREAK-IN PERIOD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
REPLACEMENT OF A WHEEL WITH EXTRACTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
LUBRICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
STORAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
WEAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
2-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
’’CE’’ DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
PARTS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
1099-01-1015 - VERSION D
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for choosing the Camoplast T4S, a Camoplast
Hi–Performance ATV Track System, (hereinafter referred to as
the "System"). You have made the right choice. This system will
provide you with all the traction, performance and durability you
require for recreational or work purposes and allows for
year–round operation. This track system for quads (hereinafter
referred to as "ATVs") provides exceptional floatation with very
low ground pressure. Its strong lightweight steel frame (30 kg),
its internal sprockets, adapted to the vehicle’s capacity, and its
track, specifically designed for ATVs, make it the best system
on the market.
SAFETY
This guide uses the following symbols to emphasize particular
information :
 WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, may result in damage to vehicle components.
NOTE: Indicates supplementary information.
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SAFETY
On track system frames, you will find the following warning
sticker:
.
USER MANUAL - Every user must read the
User Manual before attempting to operate a
vehicle equipped with track systems. If track
systems are sold or in any way tranferred to a
new user, the User Manual must also be
transferred to the new user.
MOVING PARTS - Hands or fingers caught
between moving parts of the equipment
present a danger to life or limb. Turn motor off
before servicing track systems.
"MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE" SECTION OF
USER MANUAL - Follow instructions
contained in the Maintenance Schedule
section of the User Manual to ensure safe
and long–lasting operation of track systems.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
GENERAL INFORMATION
All figures, information or photos presented in this document
are up to date at the time of publication. However, they may
change without notice.
Read and follow indications of the ATV user manual and
installation guidelines carefully. Their contents remains
applicable after installating of the System.
This document should be read by every person who drives the
ATV equipped with the System.
This document is an integral part of the System. Pass it along to
any new System owner.
Consult legal authorities where you drive your ATV equipped
with the System before usage to ensure that you respect all
applicable laws and regulations.
ATV track systems are designed to reduce ground pressure and
increase vehicle traction. However, during normal operating
conditions, vehicle speed will be reduced, compared to a
wheeled vehicle.
HINTS AND TIPS
Before leaving for an excursion, make sure you have the
following within arms reach : 12 mm, 14mm, 16 mm, 15 mm, 17
mm, 19 mm and 30 mm wrenches, one axe, one shovel, one
tow cable, a lifting jack and one adjustable wrench.
Generally, the slower you go, the better the traction will be.
For riding or excursions in unknown, or remote terrain, make
sure you have a cellular phone or satellite phone, a first aid kit
and spare parts in your possession.
When driving off trails, always be cautious to the presence of
hidden obstacles.
When driving in deep snow, do not intentionally spin the track
(tracks keep on turning while the vehicule does not).This could
cause the vehicle to get stuck.
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USER NOTICE AND DISCLAIMER
USER NOTICE AND DISCLAIMER
The Camoplast T4S System was initially designed to be used
in winter conditions and was then adapted to be used in fall and
spring conditions.
This document holds important information regarding driving an
ATV equipped with the Camoplast T4S System by Camoplast
Hi-Performance Tracks. It is mandatory that every user takes
the time to carefully read, understand and then consult this
reference manual and user guide as well as the ATV owner's
manual as needed. When purchasing either a new or used
track System, the user must obtain all documentation related to
the System, including manuals and guides related to the ATV
on which the System is installed. If need be, contact the
Camoplast Hi-Performance Tracks products dealer nearest to
you to obtain any additional information. You may also consult
the Camoplast Solideal Web site at
www.camoplastsolideal.com and call our technical support by
email at atvtracksystems@camoplastsolideal.com.
Camoplast Hi-Performance Tracks believes that there are
certain risks related to the installation and use of the System.
Our experience shows that the System is safe. However, the
user must be aware of the risks related with driving an ATV with
the particularities of this type of System. The ATV driver must,
at all times, respect all applicable laws and regulations, the
indications of the System manufacturer and the indications
from the vehicle manufacturer fixed by law, namely when age
restrictions exist and ATV base equipment is required
(headlights, flashers and brake lights, rearview mirror, etc.).
The user must always wear adequate safety equipment, such
as a helmet, safety glasses (or visor), protective clothing, boots
and gloves. It is understood that driving while impaired or
intoxicated presents a danger for the ATV user and others and
is against the law.
The System consists of many moving parts, including
transmission wheels. If an object lodges itself or becomes
jammed into the System and blocks the track, it is mandatory to
stop the engine and the vehicle and apply the security brake
before removing object said. By avoiding to do so, the user
exposes himself to sudden movement of the ATV or to
breakage of a part or component coming from the System,
which could cause severe injuries. It is also very important to
wear full length clothing and always avoid hanging or stringy
accessories.
Driving an ATV equipped with such a System requires
particular precautions and a knowledge of proper driving
techniques of such vehicles. An evaluation by the user of the
conditions and terrain (state of the ground, grade of hill, density
of snow, etc.) is equally essential.
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USER NOTICE AND DISCLAIMER
An ATV equipped with a System cannot compete and/or be
used to perform stunts, acrobatics or other exploits, as these
could result in loss of control or severe injuries.
Insufficient knowledge of an ATV during down hill riding, climbs
and crossing of obstacles and turns can result in tipping or roll
over, and can cause severe injuries.
Carrying a passenger, a load or attaching a tow can cause the
ATV to be less stable, and affect driveability. Unless otherwise
prescribed by law and by the ATV manufacturer, you must not
carry a passenger, loads or tow any objects.
The installation of a System:
• Increases ground clearance.
• Changes the center of gravity.
• Increases the ATV width and weight.
• Reduces ground pressure.
These parameters will effectively change driving characteristics
of an ATV equipped with the System.
Consequently, it is highly recommended that the user adapt
his driving style to the new characteristics mentioned
above. The driver must always use caution when he crosses
obstacles, circulates through narrow paths, meets vehicles
coming in the opposing direction, etc.
As it was designed, the System will considerably reduce the
ATV top speed and can falsify the speedometer. Generally, the
System transmission wheel diameter is less than that of the tire.
Therefore, the vehicle speed will be less than that actually
displayed. Whether the ATV is equipped or not with the System,
users must always adapt the speed to actual driving conditions.
Users must never exceed speed limits or drive faster than their
capacities allow. Excessive speed remains one of the main
causes of severe accidents on ATVs.
Camoplast Hi-Performance Tracks is proud to offer ATV
conversion kits within its wide range of products. ATV Track
Systems are not only reliable, but safe. However, there are risks
inherent to driving an ATV equipped with the System. It is
therefore very important that any driver familiarizes himself with
proper driving techniques of an ATV equipped with a System,
and that he adapts his driving to his level of experience and
continually evaluates operating conditions and terrain to safely
and efficiently make the best of these Camoplast
Hi–Performance ATV track systems.
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USING THE ATV WITH TRACKS
USING THE ATV WITH TRACKS
When operating a vehicle equipped with track systems, it is
important to respect the following safety recommendations. As
driving a vehicle equipped with track systems is different from
driving a vehicle with wheels, it is strongly recommended that
the safety guidelines provided below are followed to prevent
any accidents and serous malfunctions that could affect the
occupants, the vehicle or to the track systems for occurring.
NOTE: Non-compliance with usage recommendations can lead to
a warranty claim refusal.
Pre-use inspection
 WARNING
Before each ride make sure that all the wheels and moving
parts of the system are free and that they are not frozen or
stuck on to the frame.
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USING THE ATV WITH TRACKS
Steep descents
 WARNING
It is not advisable to change direction during steep
descents. This can lead to a serious malfunction of the
ATV’s steering system and track systems. During a steep
descent, it is advisable to keep the handlebars in a forward
direction and to begin turning when the ATV is on flat
ground, thus to avoid subjecting the vehicle components
and the system to any high stress.
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USING THE ATV WITH TRACKS
Descending and being stuck in reverse
 WARNING
If the rear track systems get stuck in the snow, avoid
moving or towing the vehicle in reverse to ease it from its
position, as this could lead to a malfunction of the systems.
If possible, move it in the forward direction to free it from
the snow. It is advisable to remove the snow from the top of
the rear track systems and to compact it using your feet,
behind the systems to dislodge the track. Shoveling
remains the best alternative in this situation.
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USING THE ATV WITH TRACKS
Towing a vehicle out of the snow
 WARNING
If your vehicle must be towed out of the snow, never tow it
in the direction in which it sank. Tow the vehicle in the
direction of the trail it left as it became stuck.
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USING THE ATV WITH TRACKS
Loading a vehicle into and unloading it from a truck
 WARNING
When a vehicle is being loaded into or unloaded from a
truck box, it is extremely important to ensure that the front
tracks do not grip the locking gudgeons of the truck’s
tailgate as this could cause them to tear.
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USING THE ATV WITH TRACKS
Driving over an obstacle
Driving over a steep ridge
 WARNING
It is not advisable to attempt to drive over an obstacle, such
a tree trunk, a big rock or a steep ridge that could lodge
itself between the front and the rear track systems and
immobilize the vehicle. The best option remains to bypass
this type of obstacle.
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USING THE ATV WITH TRACKS
Driving over an obstacle of more than 12 inches
 WARNING
It is not advisable to attempt to drive over an obstacle of
more than 12 inches, such a tree trunk, an stump or a big
rock. If the situation appears, insert a log or appropriately
sized rock to decrease the height of the obstacle and
facilitate driving over it.
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USING THE ATV WITH TRACKS
Jumping
 WARNING
It is strictly forbidden to jump with vehicles equipped with
track systems. These systems were not designed to carry
out this type of operation. An ATV equipped with the
system must never be used for the following activities:
races, rallies, jumps, stunts, acrobatics or any other
extreme applications.
Location of the towing cable
 WARNING
If your vehicle must be towed out of the snow, never secure
the cable on the track systems to tow the vehicle, the
towing cable must be fixed on the vehicle frame.
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USING THE ATV WITH TRACKS
Special recommendations
 WARNING
The driver must remain vigilant and cautious at all times.
Powder snow and mud can hide dangerous obstacles.
 WARNING
The driving characteristics of your ATV will change with the
installation of the System. It is important to take the time to
become familliar with the Systems.
 WARNING
It is the driver’s responsibility to verify that the air intake of
the vehicle is well adapted to weather conditions and is not
blocked by snow accumulation.
 WARNING
When travelling in groups, people driving behind vehicles
equipped with a track system should by warned, as the
tracks can propel dangerous objects. Be especially
cautious on “rocky” trails.
 WARNING
Adapt your driving style to surrounding conditions
(weather, traffic, etc.) and to your driving abilities.
 WARNING
Allow for a greater braking distance and periodically apply
the brakes while driving to prevent ice buildup on brake
components.
 WARNING
Always follow the ATV manufacturer's safety rules and
regulations
regarding,
for
exemple
passengers
transportation, maximum loads, etc.
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USING THE ATV WITH TRACKS
 WARNING
It is the driver’s responsibility to follow the recommended
maintenance schedule described further in this manual.
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INSTALLATION, REMOVAL AND RE-INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION, REMOVAL
AND RE-INSTALLATION
 WARNING
Never place body parts under the vehicle unless it is
securely placed on appropriate stands. Severe injuries
could occur if the vehicle collapses or moves. Do not use a
lifting device as a secure stand.
Always follow good shop practices. The place where you will be
working must be security, clean, bright and well ventilated. If
you are to use a floor jack, never use it as a stand. Always use
appropriate stands. To avoid vehicle movement during
operations, place blocks behind wheels that remain in contact
with the ground. These recommendations also apply when
removing parts.
 WARNING
Before beginning the installation, ensure you that the
vehicle is immobilized and that the engine is stopped.
 WARNING
To avoid any potential burn injury, allow the engine and
exhaust pipes to cool before beginning installation of the
system.
Read this manual before proceeding with the installation
work. Read the “Installation Guidelines” included with the
System for installation instructions dedicated to your ATV
model.
When the system is removed and when the wheels are
reinstalled on vehicle, make sure that you reinstall all the
components of origin (wheels, guards, etc.) such as they
were in the initial condition on the vehicle.
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INSTALLATION, REMOVAL AND RE-INSTALLATION
 WARNING
To avoid any injury to your hands during manipulation of
the systems, we recommend handling the systems with
hands placed on the frame at the positions shown in the
figure below.
Installation
Execute all tasks described in Installation Guidelines of the
vehicle model. Then, proceed to adjust the angle of attack,
alignment and track tension as described in this manual. Test
drive the ATV and the adjustments must be verified a second
time after the first use, re-adjust as required.
Removal
CAUTION: Leaving anchor brackets attached to suspension
arms or anti-rotation bars attached to the skid plate when the
ATV rides on wheels can result in grave damage to the vehicle.
Never leave components other than the skid plate and foot rest
reinforcement parts.
Using a lifting device, raise the ATV and install appropriate
stands. Ensure that the vehicle is immobilized and safe to work
on.
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INSTALLATION, REMOVAL AND RE-INSTALLATION
At the front:
Remove the anti-rotation bracket cover but keep the anchor
bracket attached to the anti-rotation device on the track system.
NOTE: Leave anchor bracket attached to the stabilizing rod.
Figure 1
• Remove track systems.
• Re-install wheels.
At the rear on an independent suspension:
• Same procedure as the front.
At the rear on a rigid axle suspension:
• Unbolt anti-rotation arm from the skid plate under the
vehicle.
NOTE: Leave the skid plate in place.
• Remove track systems.
• Re-install wheels.
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INSTALLATION, REMOVAL AND RE-INSTALLATION
Re-installation
Always clean wheel hubs on the ATV before installing wheels or
track systems.
Figure 2
NOTE: Clean wheel hubs.
• Re-install track systems at the rear and secure
stabilizing rod to anchor bracket for rigid axle.
• Re-install track systems at the front.
• Tighten the fasteners in an alternate crosswise pattern
to the torque recommended by the manufacturer.
• Verify track tension. Adjust if required.
• Verify angle of attack. Adjust if required.
• Verify alignment. Adjust if required.
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ADJUSTMENTS
ADJUSTMENTS
IMPORTANT
Verifying your adjustments on the system is mandatory
after the first use of the vehicle, the track tension,
alignment and angle of attack of each track system must be
re-verified. Incorrect adjustments can decrease the
performance of the system and create premature wear of
certains components
NOTE: To make the following adjustements, position the vehicle on a
flat and level surface
Angle of attack for front tracks systems
To obtain the correct angle of attack on front tracks systems,
perform the following:
• Loosen nut (1) compressing the spring of the
stabilizing rod (refer to Figure 3).
Figure 3
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ADJUSTMENTS
• Use handlebars to put tracks straight ahead.
• Temporarily apply pressure to the front of the track to
make sure that it stays flat on the ground.
• Install a flat bar on rear wheels of the track systems
and measure the height as shown on Figure 4.
Figure 4
• Set the nut (2) shown on Figure 5 until the flat bar
reaches 254 ± 6 mm above the ground. For right hand
side, rotating the wrench towards A makes the system
rotate towards C while rotating the wrench towards B
makes the system rotate towards D (reverse for left
hand side).
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ADJUSTMENTS
.
Figure 5
• Turn the nut (1) until it comes in contact with the spring,
then compress the spring by turning this nut 1 1/2 turns
(refer to Figure 6).
Figure 6
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ADJUSTMENTS
NOTE: In certain rare cases, where the adjustment of the nut (article 1
on Figure 6) compressing the spring, is close to the end of the
threaded rod, lengthen the assembly by loosening the locknut
(see Figure 7) and unscrewing the rod end so that a maximum
19 mm of its threads are visible. Make sure that the locknut is
well tightened after the installation.
Figure 7
Basic Tuning (front track systems):
• An adjustment of more than 254 mm measured with
the flat bar, gives easier steering with wobbling effect at
high speed.
• An adjustment of less than 254 mm measured with the
flat bar, gives harder steering and more stability at high
speed.
• More
spring
recommended.
preload
(compression) :
not
• Less spring preload (compression): gives better
articulation when riding on deep and powder snow. It
will not affect the steering effort.
NOTE: Once the adjustment of the angle of attack on the front systems
is completed, verify once again to confirm the adjustment.
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ADJUSTMENTS
Angle of attack for rear track systems
To obtain the correct angle of attack on rear tracks systems,
perform the following :
Vehicles with rigid axle or trailing arm suspension
• Loosen the nut (1) compressing the spring of the
stabilizing rod (see Figure 8).
• Set the nut (2) to obtain a distance of 10 mm as shown.
• Turn nut (1) until it comes in contact with the spring,
then compress the spring by turning the nut 1 1/2 turns.
Figure 8
NOTE: Once the adjustment of the angle of attack on the rear systems
is completed, verify once again to confirm the adjustment.
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ADJUSTMENTS
Vehicles with independent suspension
• Loosen anti-rotation bracket (3) bolts (1) and (2) to
allow the anti-rotation retainer (4) to rotate on its axis.
(See Figure 9).
Figure 9
• Attach stabilizing rod (1) to anchor bracket installed on
the suspension a-arm. (See Figure 10).
• Loosen nut (2) compressing the spring of the
stabilizing rod. The nut does not apply pressure on the
spring (refer to Figure 10).
Figure 10
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ADJUSTMENTS
• Loosen nut (3) compressing the rubber cone of the
stabilizing rod. The nut does not apply pressure on the
rubber cone (refer to Figure 11).
Figure 11
• Position the anti-rotation retainer at 90o (perpendicular)
with the stabilizing rod. Tighten the two anti-rotation
bracket mounting bolts (1 and 2) to 50 N•m of torque.
(See Figure 12).
Figure 12
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ADJUSTMENTS
• Turn nut (3) until the rubber cone is in contact with the
housing of the anti-rotation retainer. The nut does not
apply pressure on rubber cone (See Figure 13).
Figure 13
• Turn nut (2) until it comes in contact with the spring.
Then compress the spring by turning the nut two
complete turns (See Figure 14).
Figure 14
NOTE: Once the adjustment of the angle of attack on the rear systems
is completed, verify once again to confirm the adjustment.
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ADJUSTMENTS
NOTE: In some rare cases where the adjustment of the nut (item 2 on
Figure 14) compressing the spring is near the end of the
threaded rod, extend the rod by unlocking the jam nut (item 3 on
Figure 15) and unscrew the rod to obtain 19 mm max. of visible
threads. Re-tighten the jam nut.
Figure 15
Basic tuning (rear track systems):
• A wider gap at the rubber bushing provides better
obstacle climbing and floatation capability in powdered
snow while moving forward.
• Compressing the rubber bushing provides better
obstacle climbing and floatation capability while moving
in reverse in deep and powdered snow.
• More spring preload (compression) provides better
obstacle climbing and floatation capability while
moving forward.
• Less spring preload (compression) provides better
obstacle climbing and floatation capability while
moving in reverse.
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ADJUSTMENTS
Alignment
Parallelism must be adjusted with the ATV on the ground,
driving forward about 3 m and measuring toe-in distance.(Refer
to Figure 16).
NOTE: Every time the measurement has to be verified, drive in reverse,
then, drive forward again for about 3 m.
NOTE: Verify condition of the steering system components before
adjusting parallelism. Damaged components can
prevent
proper adjustment and impair good operation of the system
Figure 16
Dimension A: Represents the distance between the outer front
idler wheels.
Dimension B: Represents the distance between the outer back
idler wheels.
A - B = ± 3 mm
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ADJUSTMENTS
To perform adjustments on the ATV, first unlock the nut (1) of
each tie rod end on the ATV. Then screw or unscrew the rod
link (2) equally on both sides of the vehicle.
Figure 17
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ADJUSTMENTS
Rubber track tension
 WARNING
The tensioner mounting bolt must never be loosened while
adjusting the track tension. This bolt is designed for
assembly and alignment of the tensioner with the frame.
The tensioner must always be realigned when this bolt is
loosened.
Figure 18
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ADJUSTMENTS
Adjust rubber track tension by turning the adjusting nuts of the
track tensioner.
Figure 19
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ADJUSTMENTS
The following table indicates the force (1) applied and the
deflection (2) which must occur according to the conditions of
use:
Season
Summer
Winter (snow)
Track
Front
Rear
Front
Rear
Force
15 kg
15 kg
11 kg
11 kg
Deflection
19 mm
19 mm
19 mm
19 mm
NOTE: Tool 1, used in Figure 21 and shown below in Figure 20, can be
bought through an authorized Camoplast dealer. The brand is
Gates Corporation and the Camoplast part number is 2000-003125.
Figure 20
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ADJUSTMENTS
Figure 21
Basic tuning
• A higher rubber track tension reduces the risk of
“derailing” and reduces drive “ratcheting” (for severe
use only).
• A lower rubber track tension provides better
performance, a smoother ride and better fuel economy
(recreational use).
Final check
Ride at slow speed for a distance of about 1.5 Km. Evaluate
track system performance and re-adjust as required.
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INSTALLATION OF A RUBBER TRACK
INSTALLATION OF A RUBBER TRACK
 WARNING
The tensioner mounting bolt must never be loosened while
adjusting the track tension. This bolt is designed for
assembly and alignment of the tensioner with the frame.
The tensioner must always be realigned when this bolt is
loosened.
If possible, position the vehicle on a flat and level surface (or on
a suitable lift device). Turn off the engine.
Proceed as follows:
• Set rubber track tension to the minimum (refer to
Figure 22).
Figure 22
• Remove the two 202 mm wheels opposite to the track
tensioner side (refer to Figure 23).
• If working on rear track systems, remove the two
134 mm wheels next to the 202 mm wheel.
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INSTALLATION OF A RUBBER TRACK
Figure 23
• Install the rubber track (refer to Figure 24).
NOTE: Compare with the other rubber tracks to identify
correct orientation.
Figure 24
• Re-install 202-mm wheels.
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INSTALLATION OF A RUBBER TRACK
• If working on rear track systems, re-install the 134-mm
wheels (refer to Figure 25).
NOTE: If possible, modify a screwdriver blade as shown on
the picture to facilitate the task of inserting the
wheels on their shafts. Otherwise, use a No. 2
Phillips screwdriver.
Figure 25
• Adjust track tension. Refer to ‘Rubber track tension” on
page 31.
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BREAK-IN PERIOD
BREAK-IN PERIOD
A break-in period is necessary in order to allow the components
of the system to adjust to each other.
During the break-in period (4 hours or 80 kilometers), follow
these recommendations:
• Avoid running under dry and clean conditions. (For
example: asphalts, hay or straw field, etc).
• Start sharp turns at very low speed: (15 km/h maximum
real speed).
BREAK IN PERIOD
VERIFICATION
Track tension
Alignment
Angle of attack
Torque of bolts
Visual inspection
INSTALLATION
1ST hour
15 km/h max
2ND hour
25 km/h max
3RD hour
35 km/h max
real speed
real speed
real speed
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
A GOOD break-in period must be done in a lubricated
environment such as water, mud, snow, soft soil, sand, dust,
etc.
A BAD break-in period can generate smoke, odors of burned
rubber as well as plastic deposits on the sprocket and/or the
frame.
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REPLACEMENT OF A WHEEL WITH EXTRACTOR
REPLACEMENT OF A WHEEL WITH EXTRACTOR
 WARNING
Do not use air tools to remove the wheels.
Use Camoplast extractor # 2000-00-1050, and the following
procedure to make the replacement:
Figure 26
• Remove the rubber cap on the wheel. If the wheel is
mounted to the frame using a bolt, loosen it and
remove the wheel.
• If there is no bolt, use the alignment sleeve to position
the extractor.
39
REPLACEMENT OF A WHEEL WITH EXTRACTOR
• Place the extractor under the wheel as shown on
Figure 27
• Then screw the threaded rod to remove the wheel
.
Figure 27
• Hit the end of the threaded rod to shake the wheel
loose. Check to see if the rod needs tightening. Repeat
until wheel is loose.
• Insert the new wheel on the shaft until it reaches the
shoulder.
40
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
 WARNING
Do not insert hands or feet into or near the System unless
the engine is off, and the vehicle is stopped with the
security brake engaged.
For optimum performance and maximum durability, please refer
to the maintenance grid on the following page.
NOTE: Do not use a brake cleaning solvent to clean the track system.
This may damage sealing components and stickers.
41
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
PRE-USE
A: ADJUST
C: CLEAN
I: INSPECT
L: LUBRICATE
R: REPLACE
10 HRS
20 HRS
25 HRS
40 HRS
50 HRS
100 HRS / YEARLY
PART/TASK
LEGEND
NORMAL WINTER CONDITIONS
BOLTS TORQUE
(2)
VEHICLE ALIGNMENT
(4)
VISUAL INSPECTION
TRACK TENSION
(4)
I, A
A
I, A
I
C
A
I, A
I, A
C
C, I
I, A
TRACK WEAR
I
WHEEL LATERAL WEAR
WHEEL BEARINGS
(5)
I, L
FRAME - TRACK GUIDE WEAR
FRAME - HUB BEARINGS
FRAME - STABILIZERS
I
I
I, L
I, L
I
I
(1)
I
(3)(1)
R
I, R
FRAME - CRACKS
I
ANTIROTATION - BOLTS TORQUE
(2)(4)
I, A
I, A
ANTIROTATION - CRACKS + DEFORMATION
I
SPROCKET WEAR
(1) REPLACE AS
NEEDED
(2) TIGHTEN TO
SPECIFIED
TORQUE
(3) CHECK WEAR
ON RUBBER
CONES
(4) AS NEEDED
(5) GREASE
WHEEL SEALS
I, A
I
I
INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL USE / ABRASIVE CONDITIONS
BOLTS TORQUE
(2)
VEHICLE ALIGNMENT
(4)
VISUAL INSPECTION
TRACK TENSION
(4)
I, A
A
I, A
I
C
A
I,A
C
I, A
TRACK WEAR
I
WHEEL LATERAL WEAR
(4)
WHEEL BEARING
(5)
FRAME - TRACK GUIDE WEAR
(1)
FRAME - HUB BEARINGS
FRAME - STABILIZERS
I
I
I, L
I
R
I
I, R
(1)
I
R
(3)(1)
I
I, R
I
(2)(4)
ANTIROTATION - CRACKS + DEFORMATION
SPROCKET WEAR
I, R
I, L
FRAME - CRACKS
ANTIROTATION - BOLTS TORQUE
(1) REPLACE AS
NEEDED
I, A
I, A
(2) TIGHTEN TO
SPECIFIED
TORQUE
(3) CHECK
WEAR ON
RUBBER CONES
(4) AS NEEDED
(5) GREASE
WHEEL SEALS
I, A
I, C
I, C
I
42
 WARNING
After use in extreme environments (mud and water) and
inspecting all bearings once a year, please note that
bearings cannot be re-greased like snowmobile bearings. If
they need to be serviced, replace wheels completely. Some
of the components (i.e. 134 mm wheels) need special tool
for servicing. Please use appropriate tools to avoid any
damage to your component. Refer to section “Replacement
of wheel with extractor”.
CAUTION: When pressure washing the track systems, care
must be taken to keep the water stream away from wheel
bearing seals and rubber caps.
CAUTION: If stabilizer rubber cone bores show sign of wear
and oval deformation, they must be replaced along with the
bolt and washer.
CAUTION: Make sure to grease wheel shafts and wheel
bearing seals.
CAUTION: Hub bearings should be checked every 50 hours of
use and, if necessary, replaced. Bearings that make noise and
restrict rotation of hub are indications that they must be
replaced.
CAUTION: Stabilizing rod and spring should be greased every
25 hours of use. Motorcycle chain lube is recommended.
CAUTION: Always replace the washer when removing hub
from frame. And when putting it back together, use a
threadlocker adhesive on M12-1.75 bolt that secures hub to
track frame.
CAUTION: Use a breaker bar to remove the M12-1.75 hub bolt.
Do not use an air impact wrench. It might cause the bolt to
break.
43
LUBRICATION
D
E
C
B
A
LUBRICATION
44
LUBRICATION
LUBRICATION
The Maintenance Schedule chart on page 42 includes
lubrication maintenance that should be performed on track
systems. Refer to the following recommendations for
optimal lubrication.
NOTE: Use a water-resistant anti-friction synthetic grease. Aerochem
MF grease is recommended.
REFERENCE “A”
LUBRICATION OF 134MM AND 202MM WHEELS
Apply evenly 1 to 1.5 CC (cubic centimeter) of grease over the
entire circumference (360°) of the inner steel part (washer).
45
LUBRICATION
REFERENCE “B”
LUBRICATION OF HUB BEARING SEALS
Apply evenly 1.5 to 2 CC (cubic centimeter) of grease between
the hub seal’s lips and over its the entire circumference (360°)
IMPORTANT : The hub seal must not extend beyond the hub
face. It should be installed flush with the hub face.
46
LUBRICATION
REFERENCE “C”
LUBRICATION OF THE HUB SPEED SLEEVE
Apply 1 to 1.5 CC (cubic centimeter) of grease over the entire
width and circumference (360°) of the hub speed sleeve.
47
LUBRICATION
REFERENCE “D”
FRAME TUBING - TENSIONER SIDE
Apply evenly a thin coat of grease, oil or spray lubricant inside
the frame tubing, over the entire inner circumference (360°)
and to a depth of about 12 to 15 cm (5 to 6 in).
IMPORTANT: Application of lubricant inside the frame tubing is
is performed to prevent corrosion inside the tube which can
cause the tensioner tail to move and lose its alignment when an
adjustment to the track tension is made.
48
LUBRICATION
REFERENCE “E”
LUBRICATION OF STABILIZING ARMS
Apply spray lubricant (e.g. motorcycle chain grease) all around
the stabilizing arm compression spring and over its entire
length.
FRONT SYSTEMS
REAR SYSTEMS - INDEPENDENT SUSPENSION
49
LUBRICATION
REAR SYSTEMS - RIGID AXLE SUSPENSION
50
TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS
TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS
Refer to the exploded views at the end of the Manual to obtain
torque specifications applied to bolts at important points on the
track system.
NOTE: Use a threadlocker (Loctite 263 type or its equivalent) at
indicated places in the exploded views of the system.
 WARNING
Overtightening bolts on some parts may damage them and
security features may be affected.
STORAGE
The best way to store the System is to lay down each frame on
its side, away from direct sunlight.
Figure 28
51
WEAR
WEAR
Wheel
Verify the wear of the wheels especially on the interior guidance
strip (Figure 29). If the internal plastic structure is visible, the
rubber coating is worn and the wheel must be replaced (as
illustrated Figure 30-2), or when the wear of the wheel’s rolling
band reaches a thickness of 17 mm, Figure 31 (20.5 mm when
new). A wheel that is excessively worn will not offer enough
support for track guidance.
Figure 29
52
WEAR
Figure 30
Figure 31
53
WEAR
Track guide
Verify wear on the track guide by measuring the width of the
guide. If dimensions of the guide illustrated in Figure 32 are
less than 5 mm, at any place, replace the part. If the guide is so
worn that the concave shape is no longer visible, replace the
part. An overly worn track guide could prematurely wear the
other guiding components of the system.
Figure 32
Track
Verify track wear by inspecting the rolling path, the driving lug,
the profile and the internal and external condition of the track's
carcass. Make sure that the track’s internal structure is not
visible at cuts or worn areas. Too much wear could cause
damage to the wheels and to the track guide.
54
WEAR
Sprocket
Check wear of the sprocket by measuring the part as illustrated
on Figure 33. Replace the part when dimensions are less than
19 mm. Excessive wear could lower the efficiency of the drive of
the track and reduce the system’s performance.
Figure 33
55
WEAR
Anti-rotation
Verify wear of anti-rotation system, primarily at the ball joint
(Figure 34) to make sure that it is not seized or extremely loose.
Ball joint damage could harm the performance of the track
system.
.
Figure 34
56
2-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
2-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Camoplast Hi-Performance Tracks guarantees that the new, unused
Camoplast T4S System (System) installed by an authorized dealer
or distributor is free from any defects in materials and workmanship
during the period and in conditions described below. When
operating a new Camoplast T4S System, the user agrees that the
present form is applicable and exclusive, that they have been
signified and that they have been accepted by him/her at the time of
purchase.
The ATV Camoplast T4S track system is covered by a
manufacturer warranty (warranty). The warranty covers
manufacturing defects related with materials and workmanship. The
installation and maintenance of the System is always the
responsibility of the owner.
PERIOD OF COVERAGE
The warranty is valid for a period of twenty-four (24) months
following the date of purchase. This warranty does not apply to
normal maintenance.
The warranty applies exclusively to parts and components of the
track system. All paint defects on the System (frames and
components) are not covered.
The warranty is not valid if the System is not installed by an
authorized Camoplast Hi-Performance Tracks network dealer or
distributor.
This warranty specifically excludes any damage or breakage to the
ATV and related defects on the ATV, whether or not these were
caused or believed to be caused by the System.
The manufacturer is not responsible for damages, injuries or loss
caused at the time of or after installing of the System on the vehicle.
For a warranty to be valid, the System owner must comply with
manufacturer notices and warnings. In addition, all claims must be
accompanied by a proof of purchase (original receipt or sale
contract) and work or repairs must be performed by an authorized
Camoplast Hi-Performance Tracks dealer. All claims not previously
approved and authorized by Camoplast Hi-Performance Tracks will
be rejected.
The following situations and items are not under any
circumstances covered by the warranty :
1) Any and all consequential damages, including, but not limited to,
indirect costs, such as towing, storage, phone calls, renting,
transportation, inconveniences, insurance coverage, reimbursement
of loss, loss of time and loss of revenue, etc.
2) Damage resulting from faulty installation.
3) Damage resulting from normal parts wear or progressive
deterioration owing to the distance covered with a vehicle on which
the System is installed.
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2-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
4) Damage resulting in non-compliance with the user manual and
with maintenance instructions recommended in the user’s manual
and other technical documents.
5) Damage resulting in abusive use, abnormal use, negligence or
even a use which does not comply with recommendations of the
manual, excess weight or loading, including excessive number of
passengers.
6) Labour costs, parts and materials related any and all
maintenance costs.
7) Damage resulting from faulty repairs, improper maintenance or
any unauthorized changes made to the System other than those
specified by the manufacturer or from the installation of non-original
or unauthorized parts that were not produced or approved by
Camoplast Hi-Performance Tracks.
8) Damage resulting from an accident, incident, robbery, vandalism,
war or unforeseen event or act of God.
9) Regardless of cause, damage resulting from inexperience,
driving errors, accident or other incident.
10) The use of the System on a vehicle used for public rental,
including by a previous owner, will render this warranty null and
void.
11) The use of the System in races, rallies or other competitive
events/activities of this type, at any time, including from a previous
owner or in conditions that do not comply with those described by
the manufacturer will render the warranty null and void.
Any repaired or replaced components or parts are guaranteed only
to the extent of the original warranty. in other words: if a warranted
part was replaced after fifteen (15) months, the new replacement
part will only be guaranteed for nine (9) months, for a total of
twenty–four (24) months. Any claim for a track will be established
according to its residual value, 100% during the first 12 months,
75% between 12 and 18 months and 50% between 18 and 24
months. The residual value will have to be applied in the form of
reduction to the purchase of a track of replacement at regular price.
In no event shall the warranty extend beyond a total of twenty-four
(24) months from the date of original System purchase.
In all cases, the warranty is limited to a maximum of the original
purchase price or the fair market value of the System. Camoplast
Hi-Performance Tracks will have final authority in determining the
fair market value of a used System. The warranty is applicable
within the limits and conditions initially provided for. if the System is
determined to be unusable due to accident or improper repair, the
warranty will be considered null and void without further recourse
available to the System owner.
The manufacturer, the retailer and / or the repair shop shall not be
held responsible for any delays caused by material, parts or
components availability or backorder.
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2-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
*Shipping and handling costs, as well as any fees related with
shipping or transportation of the System to the dealer location are
the responsibility of the System owner.
Camoplast Hi-Performance Tracks reserves its sole and exclusive
right to update or modify this warranty without impact on end users.
All previous terms and conditions of the warranty at time of
purchase will be respected.
59
TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Problem
Potential cause
Presence of debris in the system.
Correction
Remove any debris which could
prevent the proper operation of the
system
Severe and localized wear of a
Replace the part
wheel (flat spot)
Sprocket or wheel frozen
Abnormal vibration
Beginning of derailing
Remove the ice/snow build-up.
Storing the vehicle at temperatures
higher than 0 °C might be required
Check tensioner alignment. Make
sure that the track is well guided by
the wheels and the track guide.
Realign the system if it's needed.
The presence of dirt on the ATV
during the installation of the system
Remove the system and clean the
could cause a bad seating of
contact surfaces between the hubs.
mating surfaces of the hubs of the
ATV and the track system.
Hub or wheel bearing damaged
Replace the damaged bearing
Hub of the ATV or of the track
system deformed following an Replace the deformed part
impact or abusive use
Unstable behavior
Adjust the angle of attack according
Incorrect ajustement of the track to the manufacturer's specifications.
(Refer to the "Adjustments" section
system's angle of attack.
of the manual)
Adjust of the track tension.
Track tension too high
(Refer to the "Adjustments" section
of the manual)
Correct the system alignment
Wrong alignment of the system
(Refer to the "Adjustments" section
of the manual)
Try to free the wheel and replace if
Wheel blocked
necessary
Overheating of system
guiding components (burned
Constant turn
rubber odor)
Vary your turning radius and seek
areas which can lubricate the system
Vary your line (out of the ruts) and
Uninterrupted use of the system in
seek zones which can lubricate the
paths with ruts
system
Clean the sprocket of mud, snows or
any contaminants build up.
Track tension too high
Loss of power
Remove ice/snow build up on wheels
Clear frame and
compacted snow.
wheels
of
Infiltration of snow in the air intake Remove snow and immediately
system of the ATV.
contact the dealer to fix the situation.
Partial or total derailing
Insufficient snow flotation
Severe wear of one or several Check tensioner alignment. Verify
components
track guide and wheel wear.
Adjust the track tension.
Track tension too low
(Refer to the "Adjustments" section
of the manual)
Adjust the angle of attack and
Incorrect alignment of the track alignment
according
to
the
system and/or incorrect angle of manufacturer's specifications.
attack.
(Refer to the "Adjustments" section
of the manual)
Adjust the angle of attack according
Wrong adjustment of the anti- to the manufacturer's specifications.
(Refer to the "Adjustments" section
rotation
of the manual)
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SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION
SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION
The following pictures show the location of the serial numbers on
the track system frame and rubber track.
Figure 35
Figure 36
61
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
If your dealer or distributor is unable to solve a problem related
with the System, you may contact the Camoplast
Hi–Performance Tracks support team from Monday to Friday.
Camoplast Solideal Inc.
4162, Burrill - Local A
Shawinigan, (Québec) G9N 6T6 CANADA
E-maill : atvtracksystems@camoplastsolideal.com
Website : www.camoplastsolideal.com
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’’CE’’ DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
’’CE’’ DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
"CE" DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
WE:
MANUFACTURER : CAMOPLAST SOLIDEAL
ADDRESS : 4162, Burrill, Local A
Shawinigan (Québec), Canada
G9N 6T6
INC.
PHONE :
FAX :
WEB SITE : www.camoplastsolideal.com
HEREBY DECLARE THAT THE PRODUCT SERIES
PRODUCT : ATV Track Systems
CUSTOMER :
IS IN CONFORMITY WITH THE FOLLOWING STANDARDS
NUMBER :
TITLE:
DATE:
-EN 62079
-EN 12100-1 & -2
-EN 17050-1 & -2
Preparation of Instruction
Safety of Machinery
Conformity Assessment
2001
1996
2005
AND IN CONFORMITY WITH THE FOLLOWING EC DIRECTIVE:
NUMBER:
TITLE:
DATE:
2006/42/EEC
Safety of machinery directives
2006
DONE AT:
Shawinigan (Québec), Canada
PERSON IN-CHARGE:__________________________________________
TITLE:_________________________________________________________
DATE:_______________
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SIGNATURE:___________________________________
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19
16
22
28
38
26
TORQUE @ 125 N-m
+ THREAD LOCKER
15
11
TORQUE @ 30 N-m
+ THREAD LOCKER
32
7
31
12
29
41
25
1
27
33
K
30
34
20 35
J
36
G
38
1
13
39
H
40
A
37
C
23
B
6
D
i
F
14
24
E
42
2
3
4
5
RV00163-00_A
8
10
9
21
TORQUE @ 70 N-m
+ THREAD LOCKER
17 18
ITEM #
PART #
DESCRIPTION
QTY
TATOU ATV T4S MY2013 FRONT LEFT & RIGHT
1
2
3
4
5
6-A
6-B
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35-A
35-B
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
1001-00-7102
1009-00-7115
1009-00-7116
1009-00-7117
1009-00-7118
1010-00-7222
1011-00-7222
1014-00-7222
1015-00-7010
1015-00-7153
1016-00-0134
1016-00-0202
1017-00-0001
1017-00-0005
1017-00-0010
1017-00-0110
1017-00-7081
1019-05-0010
1019-77-0031
1033-10-2026
1035-08-C080
1036-10-4030
1036-12-4030
1049-00-0007
1050-00-0011
1050-00-0016
1051-00-0037
1051-00-0111
1061-00-0353
1074-08-0001
1082-00-7001
1082-00-7050
7082-00-7530
1083-00-7375
1083-00-8100
1083-00-8110
1083-00-8302
1085-00-7010
1090-00-0001
1093-00-7000
1093-00-7002
1093-00-7009
1093-00-7600
STABILIZING ROD ASS'Y (METRIC) / BRAS STABILISATEUR ASSEMBLÉ (MÉTRIQUE)
INJECTION SPROCKET, 15 TEETH / BARBOTIN INJECTION, 15 DENTS
SPROCKET 16 TEETH 4S (INJ.) / BARBOTIN 16 DENTS 4S (INJ.)
SPROCKET 17 TEETH 4S (INJ.) / BARBOTIN 17 DENTS 4S (INJ.)
SPROCKET 18 TEETH 4S (INJ.) / BARBOTIN 18 DENTS 4S (INJ.)
RH FRONT FRAME TATOU 4S (METRIC) / CHÂSSIS AVANT DROIT TATOU T4S (MÉTRIQUE)
LH FRONT FRAME TATOU 4S (METRIC) / CHÂSSIS AVANT GAUCHE TATOU T4S (MÉTRIQUE)
TENSIONER / TENSIONNEUR DE CHENILLE - TATOU ATV 4S
STABILIZER / STABILISATEUR
STABILIZER W/ WHEELS ASS'Y / TANDEM AVEC ROULETTES, ASSEMBLÉ
134MM INJECTION WHEEL ASS'Y / ROULETTE INJECTÉ ATV 134 MM
202MM INJECTION WHEEL ASS'Y / ROULETTE INJECTÉ ATV 202 MM
FRAME TAIL PLASTIC CAP / CAP DE QUEUE DE CADRE
PLASTIC WHEEL CAP 1'' / CAP DE ROUE DE 1"
PLASTIC FRAME CAP 2" / CAP DE CADRE 2"
2 LIPS CAP, 2" O.D. TUBE (TPV/101-64) / BOUCHON 2 LÈVRES, TUBE 2'' O.D. (TPV/101-64)
HUB CAP ASS'Y BLUE / CAP DE MOYEU BLEU ASSEMBLÉ
POLARIS SPINDLE HUB HUB, ASS'Y / ESSIEU POLARIS ASSEMBLÉ (MÉTRIQUE)
MULTI HUB MODEL ASS'Y (METRIC) / ESSIEU MULTI MODÈLE ASS.(MÉTRIQUE)
HEX SCR W/WASH / VIS HEX A/ ROND - HCSW, M10-1.5X25, 8.8, ZP, TL, DIN933
HFCS, M8-1.25X80, 10.9, ZP, IFI536
SERRATED HEX SCR / / BOUL HEX DENTELÉ - HFSCS, M10-1.5X30, 10.9, ZP, TL, DIN 6921
HEX FLG SCR / BOUL HEX À EMBASE - HFSCS, M12-1.75X30, 10.9, ZP, TL, DIN 6921
WAFER SQ DR DRILL SCR / VIS AUTOTARAUDEUSE - SDSQWS, #12-24X1.5, ZP
BUSHING / ESPACEUR - ,390 X ,625 X 0,940L
SLIDE BUSHING / COUSSINET POUR LISSE
BUSHING SPINDLE HUB / ESPACEUR ROULEMENTS À BILLES ESSIEU
TENSIONER BUSHING / COUSSINET TENSIONNEUR
WASHER / RONDELLE - 1.625, 0.515, 11ga
HEX FL NY NUT / ÉCROU HEX NYLON EMBASE - FNN, M8-1.25, 8, ZP, DIN6926
WHEEL AXLE / AXE DE ROUE
TRACK TENSIONER AND NUTS ASS'Y / TENSIONNEUR CHENILLE ET ÉCROUS ASSEMBLÉ
WHEEL AXLE - WHEEL ASS'Y / AXE DE ROUE - ROULETTE, ASSEMBLÉ
STICKER / DÉCALQUE - TATOU ATV T4S MY2012
STICKER - SERIAL NUMBER / AUTOCOLLANT - NO SÉRIE - TATOU ATV T4S
STICKER - FRONT LEFT PICTOGRAM / DÉCALQUE - PICTOGRAMME AVANT GAUCHE
STICKER - FRONT RIGHT PICTOGRAM / DÉCALQUE - PICTOGRAMME AVANT DROIT
STICKER - WARNING / AUTOCOLLANT - AVERTISSEMENT
TRACK GUIDE / GUIDE DE CHENILLE - TATOU T4S
STANDARD BEARING / ROULEMENT À BILLE STANDARD
RUBBER CONE SBR / CONE DE CAOUTCHOUC SBR
DOUBLE LIPS SHAFT SEAL / JOINT ÉTANCHE DOUBLE
WHEEL SEAL (25 ID X 42 OD) / JOINT D'ÉTANCHÉITÉ (25ID X 42OD)
TRACK - 11.5 x 93.38 x 1.00 (9150S) / CHENILLE 11.5 x 93.38 x 1.00 (9150S)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
4
1
6
1
11
1
1
1
5
1
4
1
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
11
1
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
1000-00-7002
1033-10-1060
1033-AS-0025
1047-00-7010
1050-00-0013
1060-00-0004
1071-20-0001
1073-12-3002
1074-10-0001
1080-00-0002
1093-00-7007
THREADED ROD, STABILIZING ROD / TIGE FILETÉE, BRAS STABILISATEUR (METRIC)
HEX BOLT / BOULON HEX - HCS, M10-1.5X60, 10.9, ZP, DIN931
STABILIZING ROD SHORT BOLTS KIT / ENSEMBLE BOULON COURT BRAS STABILISATEUR
ROD END, M12-1.25 / TIGE À ŒIL, M12-1.25
ROD END SPACER / ESPACEUR TIGE À ŒIL
WASHER / RONDELLE - 8, ZP, 7/16 ID x 1 OD x 0,072 T
HEX NUT NYLON / ÉCROU HEX NYLON - NN, M20-2.5, ZP, DIN982
HEX THIN NUT / ÉCROU MINCE HEX - JN, 12-1.25, ZP, DIN439B
HEX FL NY NUT / ÉCROU HEX NYLON EMBASE - FNN, M10-1.5, 8, ZP, DIN6926
STABILIZING ROD SPRING / RESSORT BRAS STABILISATEUR
RUBBER DAMPER BONDED W/WASHER/AMORTISSEUR CAOUTCHOUC RONDELLE PLATE
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2015-02-16 / rev E
66
67
12
18
24
29
7
22
26
35
TORQUE @ 125 N-m
+ THREAD LOCKER
32
28
27
34
21
19
10
5
33
39
36
8
30
35
TORQUE @ 30 N-m
+ THREAD LOCKER
31
15
16
11
37
25
20
6
23
17
TORQUE @ 70 N-m
+ THREAD LOCKER
9
2
4
38
14 13
3
RV00164-00_A
1
ITEM #
PART #
DESCRIPTION
QTY
TATOU ATV T4S MY2013 REAR LEFT & RIGHT
1
2
3
4
5-A
5-B
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32-A
32-B
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
1009-00-7115
1009-00-7116
1009-00-7117
1009-00-7118
1012-00-7222
1013-00-7222
1014-00-7322
1016-00-0134
1016-00-0202
1017-00-0001
1017-00-0010
1017-00-0110
1017-00-7081
1019-05-0010
1019-77-0031
1033-10-2026
1035-08-C080
1036-10-4030
1036-12-4030
1049-00-0007
1050-00-0011
1050-00-0016
1051-00-0037
1051-00-0111
1061-00-0353
1074-08-0001
1082-00-7001
1082-00-7012
1082-00-7050
7082-00-7530
1083-00-7375
1083-00-8120
1083-00-8130
1083-00-8302
1085-00-7010
1090-00-0001
1093-00-7000
1093-00-7002
1093-00-7006
1093-00-7009
INJ SPROCKET, 15 TEETH / BARBOTIN INJ, 15 DENTS
INJ SPROCKET, 16 TEETH / BARBOTIN INJ, 16 DENTS
INJ SPROCKET, 17 TEETH / BARBOTIN INJ, 17 DENTS
INJ SPROCKET, 18 TEETH / BARBOTIN INJ, 18 DENTS
RH REAR FRAME / CADRE ARRIÈRE DROIT - TATOU ATV T4S
LH REAR FRAME / CADRE ARRIÈRE GAUCHE - TATOU ATV T4S
TENSIONER / TENSIONNEUR DE CHENILLE - TATOU ATV 4S
134mm INJECTION WHEEL ASS'Y / ROULETTE INJECTÉ ATV 134 mm
202mm INJECTION WHEEL ASS'Y / ROULETTE INJECTÉ ATV 202 mm
FRAME TAIL PLASTIC CAP / CAP DE QUEUE DE CADRE
PLASTIC FRAME CAP 2" / CAP DE CADRE 2"
2 LIPS CAP, 2" O.D. TUBE (TPV/101-64) / BOUCHON 2 LÈVRES, TUBE 2'' O.D. (TPV/101-64)
HUB CAP ASS'Y BLUE / CAP DE MOYEU BLEU ASSEMBLÉ
POLARIS SPINDLE HUB HUB, ASS'Y / ESSIEU POLARIS ASSEMBLÉ (MÉTRIQUE)
MULTI HUB MODEL ASS'Y (METRIC) / ESSIEU MULTI MODÈLE ASS.(MÉTRIQUE)
HEX SCR W/WASH / VIS HEX A/ ROND - HCSW, M10-1.5X25, 8.8, ZP, TL, DIN933
HFCS, M8-1.25X80, 10.9, ZP, IFI536
SERRATED HEX SCR / / BOUL HEX DENTELÉ - HFSCS, M10-1.5X30, 10.9, ZP, TL, DIN 6921
HEX FLG SCR / BOUL HEX À EMBASE - HFSCS, M12-1.75X30, 10.9, ZP, TL, DIN 6921
WAFER SQ DR DRILL SCR / VIS AUTOTARAUDEUSE - SDSQWS, #12-24X1.5, ZP
BUSHING / ESPACEUR - ,390 X ,625 X 0,940L
SLIDE BUSHING / COUSSINET POUR LISSE
BUSHING SPINDLE HUB / ESPACEUR ROULEMENTS À BILLES ESSIEU
TENSIONER BUSHING / COUSSINET TENSIONNEUR
WASHER / RONDELLE - 1.625, 0.515, 11ga
HEX FL NY NUT / ÉCROU HEX NYLON EMBASE - FNN, M8-1.25, 8, ZP, DIN6926
WHEEL AXLE / AXE DE ROUE
AXLE, REAR STABILIZER (METRIC) / AXE STABILISATEUR ARRIÈRE (MÉTRIQUE)
TRACK TENSIONER AND NUTS ASS'Y / TENSIONNEUR CHENILLE ET ÉCROUS ASSEMBLÉ
WHEEL AXLE - WHEEL ASS'Y / AXE DE ROUE - ROULETTE, ASSEMBLÉ
STICKER / DÉCALQUE - TATOU ATV T4S MY2012
STICKER - SERIAL NUMBER / AUTOCOLLANT - NO SÉRIE - TATOU ATV T4S
STICKER - REAR LEFT PICTOGRAM / DÉCALQUE PICTOGRAMME ARRIÈRE GAUCHE
STICKER - REAR RIGHT PICTOGRAM / DÉCALQUE PICTOGRAMME ARRIÈRE DROIT
STICKER - WARNING / AUTOCOLLANT - AVERTISSEMENT
TRACK GUIDE / GUIDE DE CHENILLE - TATOU T4S
STANDARD BEARING / ROULEMENT À BILLE STANDARD
RUBBER CONE SBR / CONE DE CAOUTCHOUC SBR
DOUBLE LIPS SHAFT SEAL / JOINT ÉTANCHE DOUBLE
REAR TRACKS TATOU 4S (9100S) / CHENILLE ARRIERE TATOU 4S (9100S)
WHEEL SEAL (25 ID X 42 OD) / JOINT D'ÉTANCHÉITÉ (25ID X 42OD)
2015-02-16 / rev E
68
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
4
1
1
12
1
1
1
6
1
4
1
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
12
69
14
RV00162-00_A
TORQUE @ 50 N-m
+THREAD LOCKER
2
7
4
15
11
1
12
8
13
10
6
9
5
TORQUE @ 70 N-m
+ THREAD LOCKER
3
ITEM #
PART #
DESCRIPTION
QTY
TATOU ATV T4S MY2013 INDEPENDENT SUSPENSION (IS)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
1000-00-7002
1001-00-7102
1015-00-7026
1015-00-8250
1033-10-1080
1033-AS-0025
1036-10-4030
1047-00-7010
1050-00-0013
1060-00-0004
1071-20-0001
1073-12-3002
1074-10-0001
1080-00-0002
1093-00-7007
THREADED ROD, STABILIZING ROD / TIGE FILETÉE, BRAS STABILISATEUR (METRIC)
STABILIZING ROD ASS'Y / BRAS STABILISATEUR ASSEMBLÉ - (METRIC)
BACK PLATE (METRIC) / PLAQUE DE FIXATION (MÉTRIQUE)
ANTI-ROTATION BRACKET IND SUSP / ATTACHE ANTI-ROTATION SI
HEX BOLT / BOULON HEX - HCS, M10-1.5X80, 10.9, ZP, DIN931
STABILIZING ROD SHORT BOLTS KIT / ENSEMBLE BOULON COURT BRAS STABILISATEUR
HFSCS, M10-1.5X30, 10.9, ZP, TL, DIN 6921
ROD END, M12-1.25 / TIGE À ŒIL, M12-1.25
BUSHING SPACER 3/8" / BAGUE ESPACEUR 3/8"
WASHER / RONDELLE - 8, ZP, 7/16IDx1ODx0,072T
HEX NUT NYLON / ÉCROU HEX NYLON - NN, M20-2.5, ZP, DIN982
HEX THIN NUT / ÉCROU MINCE HEX - JN, 12-1.25, ZP, DIN439B
HEX FL NY NUT / ÉCROU HEX NYLON EMBASE - FNN, M10-1.5, 8, ZP, DIN6926
STABILIZING ROD SPRING / RESSORT BRAS STABILISATEUR
RUBBER DAMPER BONDED W/WASHER/AMORTISSEUR CAOUTCHOUC RONDELLE PLATE
2012-07-12 / rev D
70
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
3
2
1
3
1
1
71
8
4
TORQUE @ 50 N-m
+ THREAD LOCKER
6
1
3
TORQUE @ 40 N-m
+ THREAD LOCKER
5
7
2
ITEM #
PART #
DESCRIPTION
TATOU ATV T4S MY2013 RIGID SUSPENSION (RS)
QTY
1-A
1-B
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1015-00-7004
1015-00-7014
1015-00-7026
1033-10-0055
1036-10-4030
1051-00-0060
1060-00-0004
1093-00-7009
VAR
ANTI-ROTATION BRACKET RIG. SUSP. LEFT / ATTACHE ANTI-ROTATION GAUCHE SUSP RIG.
ANTI-ROTATION BRACKET RIG. SUSP. RIGHT / ATTACHE ANTI-ROTATION DROIT SUSP RIG.
BACK PLATE / PLAQUE DE FIXATION ARRIÈRE
HEX BOLT / BOULON HEX - HCSW,M10-1.5X45,8.8,ZP,TL,DIN931
HEX BOLT / BOULON HEX - HFSCS, M10-1.5X30, 10.9, ZP, TL, DIN 6921
SPACER WHEEL Ø202MM ASSY / ESPACEUR ROUE 202MMØ
WASHER / RONDELLE - 7/16X1.0X0.072,8,ZP,USS
WHEEL SEAL (25 ID X 42 OD) / JOINT D'ÉTANCHÉITÉ (25ID X 42OD)
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
1
REFER INSTALLATION GUIDELINES DOCUMENTATION / RÉFÉRER DOCUMENTATION DU GUIDE D'INSTALLATION
2012-07-31 / rev F
72