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Old 08-14-2019, 12:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Which have lasted the best with some trail miles for you? How many miles on trail? I generally run 600-900 miles a year total probably 200-300 on trail yearly. The rest on lakes and rivers.
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I ran roetin Hornets in The trails. Crazy hook up. The good thing about them is they dont bend, they are designed to snap. I had 1.69s on 1.25 track so I snapped alot esp in low snow areas.

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Iíve had a box of 1.89 hornets sitting on the shelf that Iíll be putting on my Pro S for this year. Gonna do a double every year, just like a snocross track
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I used 1.63 Triggers in my 850 XCR and 1.45 Triggers in my Thundercat last year and on both sleds they still look like new, all trail riding
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I ran roetin Hornets in The trails. Crazy hook up. The good thing about them is they dont bend, they are designed to snap. I had 1.69s on 1.25 track so I snapped alot esp in low snow areas.

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Were they the old roetin Hornets or newer INS hornets. I herd the newer ones may not be as robust as the older ones.
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I called stud boy and they said not to use the lake racer studs in the trail at all. I called woodys and they said their triggers will last for light trail use. Looking like trigger 1325 are going in my new 14x128x1 hacksaw as the 1075 will be a little short. I wonder why woodys dont make one in the middle for .040" ish in a 1" lug. hmm.
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Were they the old roetin Hornets or newer INS hornets. I herd the newer ones may not be as robust as the older ones.
Mine were Roetins. I pretty sure INS stands by there product though as far as warranty

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