Mudd-Ox Dual Wheels - Ultimate Stability

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    Mudd-Ox Dual Wheels - Ultimate Stability

    Our dual wheel kits offer ultimate water stability. They fit any model Mudd-Ox and amphibious trailer. Check out the video below!

    The specific Mudd-Ox shown is a 38 HP Vengeance, built on emergency to aid in the Californian flooding. This unit is being sent alongside an XL and two amphibious trailers with dual wheels.







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    Bingo nice job mudd ox for making it a factory option,having used dual wheels for years the advantages in the water are unbelievable,Ive seen everything from plastic barrels strapped to the side to pontoons nothing more functional/clean and just neat to have than dual wheels they also span the deep ruts put into some trails by tall tires 4x4,s and eliminate bellying up.Kudo,s NCT

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    That rocking test was too great. I was waiting on someone to slip off and take a dip.

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    Amazing how well she floats...awesome stuff nice machine
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    Would those fit the Max4?????

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    Thank you all for the kind comments. It's hard work testing machines, you know!

    Quote Originally Posted by ww2imposter View Post
    Would those fit the Max4?????
    The Mudd-Ox specific adapters will not, however we will make you a set for the Max IV. Below is a machine with this kit and our Vendetta tires.




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    i wonder how tracks would perform on the duallys ? the design would have the track guides down the inside center that would fit between the tires, like some other bobcats, etc. j.b.

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    What do your adapters look like?
    Have a cost each?
    Do they work with 8 inch rims?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ARGOJIM View Post
    What do your adapters look like?
    Have a cost each?
    Do they work with 8 inch rims?
    Due to the drastic number of axle, tire, and wheel combinations, please call us at (260) 768-7221 for a direct quote on your machine.

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    hope you guys knew how to swim! ...amazing flotation wow

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