I seriously doubt the tracks will be useful with turf tires. I have arps tracks on a few tractors (with ag tires). You will definitely get slippage between track and tire without the tire chevrons interlocking with the track cleats... especially when your slick clay soil gets in the tread. Can even happen with ag tires if not adjusted properly. Might be worth checking out the tractor anyway as maybe you can get cheap used ag tires. Even tires with 50 percent tread will be good enough, and far better than new turf tires, for operating the tracks.
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