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I have a new F7 that I am thinking about swapping out the 1" Hacksaw track for an 1.25" Ripsaw. Questions?

1. Difference in performance characteristices between the two track patterns? I understand the benefits of a deeper track.

2. Does anyone have any pros/cons on the Ice ripper studding you can get with the Rip saw. I know it's alot lighter than conventional studding which should shelp in maintaining top end.

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You want conventional studs regardless.

The ripsaw or hacksaw will both be good, just stud them up nicely and go!
 

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I also have a Ripsaw for this year, I upgraded from the 1.375 Sno Pro track. Gonna stud it also with conventional studs.

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I ran a hacksaw track all last season, its a great track, good overall on handling, bite. as far as a comparision to the ripsaw, the rip saw might be at touch better for the real short distance but the 1" should top end it on comparable sleds with same weight jockeys. :div20:
 

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Originally posted by Roy T@Oct 17 2005, 09:01 PM
Ripsaw & 102 studs for me this year. In fact, JUST finished studding her up tonight! -- Roy
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Roy did you take any pics of it ?

Would love to see some, I am undecided if I am gonna go with 170 or 180 yet


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