When most people upgrade their truck for off-road driving, they’ll throw a set of beefy all terrain tires on it, lift the suspension, bolt a winch to the front and maybe put a roll cage in. But Bill Feeley took a different approach, building and installing his own set of caterpillar tracks for his Chevrolet Colorado.
The tracks, which Bill makes out of rubber belts and welded pieces of steel, can handle almost anything, from snow, to mud and even water. When attached, they make the modified Colorado look like a hybrid between an everyday small pickup and military style arctic exploration vehicle.
Seeing the tracks in action is rather impressive. They allow the truck to descend off a steep rock face and drive through a 4-foot deep pool of water with ease. It might not be as cool, nor as fast, as Ken Blocks new RaptorTRAX truck/snowmobile hybrid, but for a homemade job, it’s still pretty impressive. Check it out in the video below.