4orce technology utilizes the same drive diameter your vehicle was designed, no matter which product line you evaluate. Minimal moving parts and fully suspended trailing axle(s) separates 4orce by speed, maintenance, fuel mileage, or overall performance. 4orce continues to evolve not limited to a diameter problem. So plug and play how you wish. 4orce climbs, pushes, pulls, and carries.
Grouser I US Patent #: D473,244
Triangular hollow shape allows flexible terrain manipulation yielding both a smooth ride, and enhanced wear resistance. Each Grouser is hardware assembled to 12” 4 ply serrated belting with CNC Machined aluminum spines and two hardware bolts -
Blue Loctite finish.
Grouser Stagger I US Patent #: 6,540,310
Grouser Stagger covers pattern of which grousers are installed to the belt, where each guide row is either assembled with one, or two grousers in “every other” pattern. Grouser Stagger design allows tracks to “walk like fingers” along any terrain type, while creating “block shear” behavior to punch and hold terrain.
Tension Device I US Patent #: D478,026
4orce Mobility rear belting stays tensioned with a highly intelligent, simple design using spring tension through a “tension bolt” to press the bogey hub system against the install chassis. The tension device is triangular shaped to build strength under the stress of the spring load.
4orce Mobility’s mission is to provide next generation capability to the Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) market place. The All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) was first introduced in the late 1960’s as a three-
The all terrain vehicle segment of the powersports industry has matured. Manufacturers now provide safe and powerful vehicles for the sportsman
and adventurer alike. These machines have made initial inroads into the firefighting, power utility, railroad and military communities. Early experimentation and adoption has occurred due to the versatility, relative low cost and rough terrain capability of these vehicles. Mission descriptions and requirements include moving personnel and equipment to sites and terrain that are inaccessible to general mobility vehicles, search and rescue, back-
the wheeled vehicle requires a relatively large space to successfully maneuver. For a wheeled vehicle the ground contact area is relatively small, thus the ground pressure is relatively high. This causes damage to ecologically sensitive soil and wetland areas. ATV’s are not truly all
terrain vehicles, nor are they capable in all conditions. For the mission profiles above, a snowmobile is required for snow conditions but cannot be used as an ATV and vice versa.
Terrain mobility is a vehicle's ability to traverse a section of terrain. Tracked vehicles traditionally provide greater route flexibility due to their increase in cross-
4orce Mobility solves the problem of terrain mobility performance through its patented technology, proprietary designs and extensive history of real-
4orce Mobility, after identifying the requirement for an all terrain all condition vehicle began extensive track-
Next, significant material research was performed to identify the optimal material for the track grouser or cleat. Unlike steel-
4orce Mobility, recognizing a real market opportunity, and having engineered the solution, is moving rapidly into the marketplace. True all terrain mobility combined with lowered operating costs are customer requirements. Go anywhere, anytime with mission-
Customer Return on investment for a 4orce Mobility vehicle is measured in terms of reduced fleet cost, manpower schedule savings, longer service life, reconfigurable mission modules on a common chassis, and the ability to rapidly deliver personnel and equipment to trouble-