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Old 11-24-2009, 06:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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if i put 1.5 track on what size stud would i put in it ? and what is the best stud for the single ply track ? would 1.5 or 1.25 be better ?
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Old 11-24-2009, 07:20 AM   #2 (permalink)
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if i put 1.5 track on what size stud would i put in it ? and what is the best stud for the single ply track ? would 1.5 or 1.25 be better ? [/b]
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I put 84 studs 1.375 in a 1 1/4 track down the middle. calls for 1.075 on a 1 inch.

Not sure on the 1.5 inch, but go to Dootalk.com and do a search on the XP studding. Tunnel protectors are important to get the right ones due to the heat exchanger being hit at the rear when doing wheelies.

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I put 138 of 1.75 woodys in my 08 800x which has a 1.25 track and does she ever hook up, but expect to replace the track every year. The 1 ply tracks are shit im going to put a 2 ply on this year so the track will actually last more than a year with those bigger studs.
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Old 11-26-2009, 01:04 PM   #4 (permalink)
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We sell a nice kit ( Big Shot) for the single ply tracks nd a 1.625 in 84pcs or 126 pcs would work great in that track. I can get you 84 of them with tall nuts and big backers for $225 shipped. feel free to contact me with any questions.

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Here is a 1.25 track from a 2010 800r I just did for a guy. 126 1.325's with custom 126 pattern made on a CAD system for more scratch lines.
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Dalton carries a line of studs that use a simple measuring system so you can easily evaluate what you need without all the hocus pocus of the inconsistant industry stud sizing:

http://www.daltonindustries.com/products_t..._snowmobile.asp
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We sell a nice kit ( Big Shot) for the single ply tracks nd a 1.625 in 84pcs or 126 pcs would work great in that track. I can get you 84 of them with tall nuts and big backers for $225 shipped. feel free to contact me with any questions.

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Here is a 1.25 track from a 2010 800r I just did for a guy. 126 1.325's with custom 126 pattern made on a CAD system for more scratch lines.[/b]

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Old 11-29-2009, 01:55 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Really? 4612 miles on my 1 ply Gade studded with 144 studs and never had a tear,pullout or a lug missing AC is running 1 ply tracks too now on their F1000 and I ride with one and no problems on his either if you use the proper studs.
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I have 126 new in the bag for $300 shipped in the US. Just like the ones in the picture above. studs-backers- medium nuts.

pm me if interested. I ordered the wrong size for a 1 inch track. need to get the shorter ones.

thanks and let me know if interested.
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Really? 4612 miles on my 1 ply Gade studded with 144 studs and never had a tear,pullout or a lug missing AC is running 1 ply tracks too now on their F1000 and I ride with one and no problems on his either if you use the proper studs.[/b]
If you use the proper studs yes these tracks are great..however I dont like the proper studs for these tracks, I expected to ruin my tracks with the studs I used, I mean I have half and inch sticking above the lugs alone, and the studs are just regular studs (no bigger backs or washers), however I have had great luck with these studs so Im sticking with them and just putting a 2 ply track on this year so it will stand up, going to gain a little extra weight, but its worth it if I can get out of the whole before everyone else that I ride with.
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