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I heard these tracks have changed in the last year and are a good choice in the 1-1/2" just wondering your thoughts, i was told the rubber is 70 durometer
 

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only thing i heard was it was too soft. a lot or them around with torn lugs. polaris sells a harder 1.5" as an accessory track.
 

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Originally posted by danoptex@Sep 22 2005, 12:15 PM
is this a hard track?? or for powder?
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i believe its both. its a powder design in a harder compound. i have a 136" x 1.75" polaris track i bought used for my viper and it is in great shape for coming off a 2000 rmk 700. i wouldnt hesitate getting a polaris 1.5" or a camoplast hillcross track. the harder compound works just as well and is a lot more durable than an intense.
 

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bruce from tracksusa was telling me that the hillcross and intense are virtually the same rubber?? He seemed disgruntled that i had concerns with the intense, he ranted about how nothing will hold up to the power people want to put through them??
 

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Originally posted by danoptex@Sep 22 2005, 09:19 PM
bruce from tracksusa was telling me that the hillcross and intense are virtually the same rubber?? He seemed disgruntled that i had concerns with the intense, he ranted about how nothing will hold up  to the power people want to put through them??
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the hillcross might be close in compound, but its a much stiffer lug (no fingers or thin paddles to tear). i dont take what he says too seriously, he is a trail rider that sees no need for anything over a 1" lug. i have seen a LOT of intense tracks for sale with torn lugs. i wouldnt hesitate to get one for strictly off trail, but like i said before, they do not hold up on the trail.
 

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Originally posted by n2oiroc@Sep 22 2005, 08:35 PM
i believe its both. its a powder design in a harder compound. i have a 136" x 1.75" polaris track i bought used for my viper and it is in great shape for coming off a 2000 rmk 700. i wouldnt hesitate getting a polaris 1.5" or a camoplast hillcross track. the harder compound works just as well and is a lot more durable than an intense.
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i've got the same 1.75 track on my pro-x, it has held up great even in horrible snow conditions we've had here in the midwest... i've even punched out the rest of the windows and "ported" the track with 2-1" holes between each lug... no problems
 
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