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Old 07-11-2019, 03:21 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Yeah, I think you will need it at 330, but I was curious what TUT TUNE UP weighs, since he said it wasn't necessary for him.
Thats on the bailer suspension though, not the traditional tunnel.
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Thats on the bailer suspension though, not the traditional tunnel.
Ok, maybe I'm just asking in the wrong section then, because that's what I was asking when he said XCR - maybe I mis-read that earlier.
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Whats the biggest stud size you can run with the 1.325 cobra? Ran 1.450 woodys gold diggers on my 17.
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I'm 355 all day, and I'm talking about the Baler suspension you won't need stiffer springs, in the traditional tunnel new 2020 137 that I ordered ( not an xcr ) I'm sure I'll need heavier springs after what I seen in the 129
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Whats the biggest stud size you can run with the 1.325 cobra? Ran 1.450 woodys gold diggers on my 17.
We have 1.63 woody's triggers in all 3 of our sleds with no problems, 1.35 and 1.25 tracks with no extra protectors, were just studded up the middle, if you do the outside you need the protectors
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Whats the biggest stud size you can run with the 1.325 cobra? Ran 1.450 woodys gold diggers on my 17.
do you feel you need longer than the 1450's in the cobra? this season will be the first cobra track i've had. i ran the woody's recommended 1325's in the ripsaw II, wasn't real happy with them. seemed a little short? looks like that is what woody's recommends for the cobra also, seems like the popular opinion is the 1450's for the cobra.
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Yes 1.45 studs on the Cobra. I have two of those tracks, works good. You could go slightly longer in the middle, but stay 1.45 on the outer edge.
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I run 1.63’s triggers all the way across with protectors. No problem. Just stay on top of your track tension. That is in my Assaults. Should be the same clearance
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do you feel you need longer than the 1450's in the cobra? this season will be the first cobra track i've had. i ran the woody's recommended 1325's in the ripsaw II, wasn't real happy with them. seemed a little short? looks like that is what woody's recommends for the cobra also, seems like the popular opinion is the 1450's for the cobra.
I had 144 1.450 gold diggers, and at 4300 miles I believe I have had 6 that have pulled through but the rest of the studs look new. I am torn if I go with the 1.450 or if I go one size bigger. I though the braking in loose snow wasnt the best with the XCR and I would slide way more than anyone else I was riding with.
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On my 19 XC Indy 850 with Cobra I ran 135 Woodys 1.575 Gold Diggers. No issues but I did run tunnel protectors. Probably will run 144 1.575 GD's on my Cobra 137. Tunnel protectors to for piece of mind.
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