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Personally ridden no, but we've installed 4 of them now and the customers are all very happy with them.

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Trail guys or what type of riders? They have an interesting selection, some of which resemble Camso's. A small part of me is considering an 'ice' style track and the logical part of me is leaning towards a good track and traditional studs which I know work all the time for the way I ride and the type of trails we have.
 

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Trail guys or what type of riders? They have an interesting selection, some of which resemble Camso's. A small part of me is considering an 'ice' style track and the logical part of me is leaning towards a good track and traditional studs which I know work all the time for the way I ride and the type of trails we have.
All trail, all ice tracks

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T32 1.25"

1500-2000 ,miles? Has worked real well in rocky terrain- ie: rubber has no signs of distress. Lots of granite here.

With the lug reinforcement ribs, pain to stud correctly (not enough room between some rows of lugs) but I have some cool tools. :)

 

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Anyone running a Composit track? Looking at the C35 & C38 and would prefer/need to stud them. Good dig, cornering and braking are all crucial.
Russian made tracks, been around a while.

Yes, I know all of my Camso options, just curious about these.

https://compositsnowmobiletracks.com/shop-tracks/
Hey! Depending on your riding conditions. If this is a groomed trail, then C38. You can also try C45.
 
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